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Was bringt die Wissenschaft für die Wirtschaft in einer Region?

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  • Franz, Peter
  • Rosenfeld, Martin T.W.
  • Roth, Diana

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  • Franz, Peter & Rosenfeld, Martin T.W. & Roth, Diana, 2002. "Was bringt die Wissenschaft für die Wirtschaft in einer Region?," IWH Discussion Papers 163, Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH).
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