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Managing the innovation adoption of supply chain finance: Empirical evidence from six European case studies

Bibliographic reference Wuttke, David ; Blome, Constantin ; Foerstl, Kai ; Henke, Michael. Managing the innovation adoption of supply chain finance: Empirical evidence from six European case studies. In: Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 34, no. 2, p. 148-166 (2013)
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