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Rethinking research funding in pandemic times

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Rethinking research funding in pandemic times. / Kalpazidou Schmidt, Evanthia.

I: Gender, Work and Organization, Bind 28, Nr. S2, 07.2021, s. 415-418.

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Kalpazidou Schmidt, E 2021, 'Rethinking research funding in pandemic times', Gender, Work and Organization, bind 28, nr. S2, s. 415-418. https://doi.org/10.1111/gwao.12601

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Kalpazidou Schmidt, Evanthia. / Rethinking research funding in pandemic times. I: Gender, Work and Organization. 2021 ; Bind 28, Nr. S2. s. 415-418.

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