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Das kulturhistorische Paradigma: Eine Anleitung zum Bau konsistenter Theorien der Innovationsfähigkeit

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  • Moldaschl, Manfred, 2010. "Das kulturhistorische Paradigma: Eine Anleitung zum Bau konsistenter Theorien der Innovationsfähigkeit," Papers and Preprints of the Department of Innovation Research and Sustainable Resource Management 10/2010, Chemnitz University of Technology, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.
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