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Technology Foresight in Emerging Maritime & Marine Economies

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Technology Foresight in Emerging Maritime & Marine Economies. / Spaniol, Matthew Jon; Rohrbeck, René.

2018. Abstract from DNV GL Nordic Maritime University Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Spaniol, MJ & Rohrbeck, R 2018, 'Technology Foresight in Emerging Maritime & Marine Economies' DNV GL Nordic Maritime University Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark, 25/01/2018, .

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Spaniol, M. J., & Rohrbeck, R. (2018). Technology Foresight in Emerging Maritime & Marine Economies. Abstract from DNV GL Nordic Maritime University Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Spaniol MJ, Rohrbeck R. 2018. Technology Foresight in Emerging Maritime & Marine Economies. Abstract from DNV GL Nordic Maritime University Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Spaniol MJ, Rohrbeck R. Technology Foresight in Emerging Maritime & Marine Economies. 2018. Abstract from DNV GL Nordic Maritime University Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Spaniol, Matthew Jon ; Rohrbeck, René. / Technology Foresight in Emerging Maritime & Marine Economies. Abstract from DNV GL Nordic Maritime University Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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