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Implications of data-sharing for contractual and relational governance in public-private partnerships

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Implications of data-sharing for contractual and relational governance in public-private partnerships. / Aben, Tom; van der Valk , Wendy ; Selviaridis, Kostas.

2020. 1-13 Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom.

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Aben, T, van der Valk , W & Selviaridis, K 2020, 'Implications of data-sharing for contractual and relational governance in public-private partnerships', Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom, 29/06/20 - 30/06/20 pp. 1-13.

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Aben, T., van der Valk , W., & Selviaridis, K. (2020). Implications of data-sharing for contractual and relational governance in public-private partnerships. 1-13. Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom.

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Aben T, van der Valk W, Selviaridis K. Implications of data-sharing for contractual and relational governance in public-private partnerships. 2020. Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom.

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Aben, Tom ; van der Valk , Wendy ; Selviaridis, Kostas. / Implications of data-sharing for contractual and relational governance in public-private partnerships. Paper presented at EurOMA 2020 , Warwick, United Kingdom.13 p.

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