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Editor in Chief: RAFFAELLO COSSU

FROM 3R TO 3S: AN APPROPRIATE STRATEGY FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

  • Maria Cristina Lavagnolo - University of Padova , Italy
  • Valentina Grossule - University of Padova , Italy

DOI 10.31025/2611-4135/2018.13749

Released under CC BY-NC-ND

Copyright: © 2018 CISA Publisher

Editorial History

  • Available online: 01 Jan 0001

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