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Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5 : Results from Methodological Experiments

Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5 : Results from Methodological Experiments


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AUSPURG, Katrin, Jonathan BURTON, Carl CULLINANE, Adeline DELAVANDE, Laura FUMAGELLI, Maria IACOVOU, Annette JÄCKLE, Olena KAMINSKA, Peter LYNN, Paul MATHEWS, Gerry NICOLAAS, Cheti NICOLETTI, Cong YE, Basit ZAFAR, 2013. Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5 : Results from Methodological Experiments

@techreport{Auspurg2013Under-26763, series={Understanding Society Working Paper Series;2013-06}, title={Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5 : Results from Methodological Experiments}, year={2013}, author={Auspurg, Katrin and Burton, Jonathan and Cullinane, Carl and Delavande, Adeline and Fumagelli, Laura and Iacovou, Maria and Jäckle, Annette and Kaminska, Olena and Lynn, Peter and Mathews, Paul and Nicolaas, Gerry and Nicoletti, Cheti and Ye, Cong and Zafar, Basit} }

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