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Evaluating waste minimisation projects: the contribution of organizational learning and organizational knowledge theories

By Debbie Millard, Paul Hooper and Mark A. Stubbs


Paper presented at the BSE Conference, 2005, September 4-6, 2005, Leeds. Full-text is available at

Year: 2009
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