The Multiple Institutional Logics of Innovation

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LAZER, David, Ines MERGEL, Curtis ZINIEL, Kevin M. ESTERLING, Michael A. NEBLO, 2011. The Multiple Institutional Logics of Innovation. In: International Public Management Journal. 14(3), pp. 311-340. ISSN 1096-7494. eISSN 1559-3169. Available under: doi: 10.1080/10967494.2011.618308

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