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The paradigm shift of living labs in service co-creation for smart cities: SynchroniCity Validation

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The paradigm shift of living labs in service co-creation for smart cities : SynchroniCity Validation. / Spagnoli, Francesca; van der Graaf, Shenja; Brynskov, Martin.

Organizing for digital innovation: at the interface between social media, human behavior and inclusion. Springer, 2019. p. 135-147 (Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation; No. 27).

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Spagnoli, F, van der Graaf, S & Brynskov, M 2019, The paradigm shift of living labs in service co-creation for smart cities: SynchroniCity Validation. in Organizing for digital innovation: at the interface between social media, human behavior and inclusion. Springer, Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, no. 27, pp. 135-147. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90500-6_11

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Spagnoli, F., van der Graaf, S., & Brynskov, M. (2019). The paradigm shift of living labs in service co-creation for smart cities: SynchroniCity Validation. In Organizing for digital innovation: at the interface between social media, human behavior and inclusion (pp. 135-147). Springer. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, No. 27 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90500-6_11

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Spagnoli F, van der Graaf S, Brynskov M. 2019. The paradigm shift of living labs in service co-creation for smart cities: SynchroniCity Validation. In Organizing for digital innovation: at the interface between social media, human behavior and inclusion. Springer. pp. 135-147. (Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation; No. 27). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90500-6_11

MLA

Spagnoli, Francesca, Shenja van der Graaf, and Martin Brynskov "The paradigm shift of living labs in service co-creation for smart cities: SynchroniCity Validation". Organizing for digital innovation: at the interface between social media, human behavior and inclusion. Springer. (Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation; Journal number 27). 2019, 135-147. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90500-6_11

Vancouver

Spagnoli F, van der Graaf S, Brynskov M. The paradigm shift of living labs in service co-creation for smart cities: SynchroniCity Validation. In Organizing for digital innovation: at the interface between social media, human behavior and inclusion. Springer. 2019. p. 135-147. (Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation; No. 27). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90500-6_11

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Spagnoli, Francesca ; van der Graaf, Shenja ; Brynskov, Martin. / The paradigm shift of living labs in service co-creation for smart cities : SynchroniCity Validation. Organizing for digital innovation: at the interface between social media, human behavior and inclusion. Springer, 2019. pp. 135-147 (Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation; No. 27).

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