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Digital design in an international ecosystem: different approaches to managing design in the East and West

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Digital design in an international ecosystem : different approaches to managing design in the East and West. / Hwangbo, Hyunwook; Tsekleves, Emmanuel; Cooper, Rachel.

2015. Paper presented at 11th European Academy of Design Conference, Paris, France.

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Hwangbo, H, Tsekleves, E & Cooper, R 2015, 'Digital design in an international ecosystem: different approaches to managing design in the East and West', Paper presented at 11th European Academy of Design Conference, Paris, France, 22/04/15 - 24/04/15.

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Hwangbo, H., Tsekleves, E., & Cooper, R. (2015). Digital design in an international ecosystem: different approaches to managing design in the East and West. Paper presented at 11th European Academy of Design Conference, Paris, France.

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Hwangbo H, Tsekleves E, Cooper R. Digital design in an international ecosystem: different approaches to managing design in the East and West. 2015. Paper presented at 11th European Academy of Design Conference, Paris, France.

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Hwangbo, Hyunwook ; Tsekleves, Emmanuel ; Cooper, Rachel. / Digital design in an international ecosystem : different approaches to managing design in the East and West. Paper presented at 11th European Academy of Design Conference, Paris, France.

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