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Eine Fallstudie zum Innovationssystem für soziale Innovationen in Sachsen

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  • Herrmann-Fankhänel, Anja, 2022. "Eine Fallstudie zum Innovationssystem für soziale Innovationen in Sachsen," Working Papers of the Chair for Innovation Research and Technology Management (BWL IX) 13-01, Chemnitz University of Technology, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.
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