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Genealogies of Extraction: De-facto Development Zones in the Indonesian Borderlands

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Genealogies of Extraction : De-facto Development Zones in the Indonesian Borderlands. / Eilenberg, Michael; Mikkelsen, Thomas Christian.

Development Zones in Asian Borderlands. red. / Michael Eilenberg; Mona Chettri. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2021. s. 253-277 (Asian Borderlands).

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Eilenberg, M & Mikkelsen, TC 2021, Genealogies of Extraction: De-facto Development Zones in the Indonesian Borderlands. i M Eilenberg & M Chettri (red), Development Zones in Asian Borderlands. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, Asian Borderlands, s. 253-277. <https://www.aup.nl/en/book/9789463726238/development-zones-in-asian-borderlands>

APA

Eilenberg, M., & Mikkelsen, T. C. (2021). Genealogies of Extraction: De-facto Development Zones in the Indonesian Borderlands. I M. Eilenberg, & M. Chettri (red.), Development Zones in Asian Borderlands (s. 253-277). Amsterdam University Press. Asian Borderlands https://www.aup.nl/en/book/9789463726238/development-zones-in-asian-borderlands

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Eilenberg M, Mikkelsen TC. 2021. Genealogies of Extraction: De-facto Development Zones in the Indonesian Borderlands. Eilenberg M, Chettri M, red. I Development Zones in Asian Borderlands. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. s. 253-277. (Asian Borderlands).

MLA

Eilenberg, Michael og Thomas Christian Mikkelsen "Genealogies of Extraction: De-facto Development Zones in the Indonesian Borderlands". og Eilenberg, Michael Chettri, Mona (red.). Development Zones in Asian Borderlands. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. (Asian Borderlands). 2021, 253-277.

Vancouver

Eilenberg M, Mikkelsen TC. Genealogies of Extraction: De-facto Development Zones in the Indonesian Borderlands. I Eilenberg M, Chettri M, red., Development Zones in Asian Borderlands. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 2021. s. 253-277. (Asian Borderlands).

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Eilenberg, Michael ; Mikkelsen, Thomas Christian. / Genealogies of Extraction : De-facto Development Zones in the Indonesian Borderlands. Development Zones in Asian Borderlands. red. / Michael Eilenberg ; Mona Chettri. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2021. s. 253-277 (Asian Borderlands).

Bibtex

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