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An Example of a “Managed Transition”: The Transformation of the Waste Management Subsystem in the Netherlands (1960–2000)

  • René Kemp
Part of the Sustainability and Innovation book series (SUSTAINABILITY)

Keywords

Waste Management Transition Management Incineration Plant Burnable Waste Waste Volume 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • René Kemp
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  1. 1.Maastricht Economic and social Research and training centre on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT)United Nations UniversityMaastricht

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