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The handbook of design management

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The handbook of design management. / Cooper, Rachel; Junginger, Sabine; Lockwood, Thomas.

Oxford : Berg, 2011. 544 p.

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Harvard

Cooper, R, Junginger, S & Lockwood, T 2011, The handbook of design management. Berg, Oxford.

APA

Cooper, R., Junginger, S., & Lockwood, T. (2011). The handbook of design management. Oxford: Berg.

Vancouver

Cooper R, Junginger S, Lockwood T. The handbook of design management. Oxford: Berg, 2011. 544 p.

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Cooper, Rachel ; Junginger, Sabine ; Lockwood, Thomas. / The handbook of design management. Oxford : Berg, 2011. 544 p.

Bibtex

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