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Living Labs for Public Sector Innovation : insights from a European case study

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VORRE HANSEN, Anne, Lars FUGLSANG, Christine LIEFOOGHE, Luis RUBALCABA, David GAGO, Ines MERGEL, Nathalie HAUG, Maria TAIVALSAARI RØHNEBÆK, Francesco MUREDDU, 2021. Living Labs for Public Sector Innovation : insights from a European case study. In: Technology Innovation Management Review. Talent First Network. 11(9/10), pp. 47-58. eISSN 1927-0321. Available under: doi: 10.22215/timreview/1464

@article{VorreHansen2021Livin-57591, title={Living Labs for Public Sector Innovation : insights from a European case study}, year={2021}, doi={10.22215/timreview/1464}, number={9/10}, volume={11}, journal={Technology Innovation Management Review}, pages={47--58}, author={Vorre Hansen, Anne and Fuglsang, Lars and Liefooghe, Christine and Rubalcaba, Luis and Gago, David and Mergel, Ines and Haug, Nathalie and Taivalsaari Røhnebæk, Maria and Mureddu, Francesco} }

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