Smart and Mobile Work in Growth Regions

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Smart and Mobile Work in Growth Regions. / Vartiainen, Matti A.; Surakka, Teemu; Haahtela, Tero.

Helsinki : Aalto University, 2018. p. 1-79 (Aalto University publication series SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY; No. 6).

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Vartiainen, MA, Surakka, T & Haahtela, T 2018 'Smart and Mobile Work in Growth Regions' Aalto University publication series SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY, no. 6, Aalto University, Helsinki, pp. 1-79.

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Vartiainen, M. A., Surakka, T., & Haahtela, T. (2018). Smart and Mobile Work in Growth Regions. (pp. 1-79). (Aalto University publication series SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY; No. 6). Helsinki: Aalto University.

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Vartiainen MA, Surakka T, Haahtela T. Smart and Mobile Work in Growth Regions. Helsinki: Aalto University. 2018 Dec 12, p. 1-79. (Aalto University publication series SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY; 6).

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Vartiainen, Matti A. ; Surakka, Teemu ; Haahtela, Tero. / Smart and Mobile Work in Growth Regions. Helsinki : Aalto University, 2018. pp. 1-79 (Aalto University publication series SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY; 6).

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