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What make the impact of the financial crisis on innovation different across European countries?

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What make the impact of the financial crisis on innovation different across European countries? / Nguyen, Nguyet Thi Minh; Duong, Chau Minh.

In: International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 21.02.2019.

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Nguyen, NTM & Duong, CM 2019, 'What make the impact of the financial crisis on innovation different across European countries?', International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management. https://doi.org/10.1142/S021987701950041X

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Nguyen, N. T. M., & Duong, C. M. (2019). What make the impact of the financial crisis on innovation different across European countries? International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management. https://doi.org/10.1142/S021987701950041X

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Nguyen NTM, Duong CM. What make the impact of the financial crisis on innovation different across European countries? International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management. 2019 Feb 21. https://doi.org/10.1142/S021987701950041X

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Nguyen, Nguyet Thi Minh ; Duong, Chau Minh. / What make the impact of the financial crisis on innovation different across European countries?. In: International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management. 2019.

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