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How sociotechnical imaginaries rise on the policy agenda and gain power : the case of the transition from waste to the circular economy in Flanders

Erik Paredis (UGent) and Thomas Block (UGent)
(2018)
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Paredis, Erik, and Thomas Block. “How Sociotechnical Imaginaries Rise on the Policy Agenda and Gain Power : the Case of the Transition from Waste to the Circular Economy in Flanders.” 2018. Print.
APA
Paredis, E., & Block, T. (2018). How sociotechnical imaginaries rise on the policy agenda and gain power : the case of the transition from waste to the circular economy in Flanders. Presented at the 9th International Sustainability Transitions Conference.
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Paredis, Erik, and Thomas Block. 2018. “How Sociotechnical Imaginaries Rise on the Policy Agenda and Gain Power : the Case of the Transition from Waste to the Circular Economy in Flanders.” In .
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Paredis, Erik, and Thomas Block. 2018. “How Sociotechnical Imaginaries Rise on the Policy Agenda and Gain Power : the Case of the Transition from Waste to the Circular Economy in Flanders.” In .
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Paredis E, Block T. How sociotechnical imaginaries rise on the policy agenda and gain power : the case of the transition from waste to the circular economy in Flanders. 2018.
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E. Paredis and T. Block, “How sociotechnical imaginaries rise on the policy agenda and gain power : the case of the transition from waste to the circular economy in Flanders,” presented at the 9th International Sustainability Transitions Conference, Manchester, 2018.
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  author       = {Paredis, Erik and Block, Thomas},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Manchester},
  title        = {How sociotechnical imaginaries rise on the policy agenda and gain power : the case of the transition from waste to the circular economy in Flanders},
  year         = {2018},
}