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Knowledge management through the developmennt of knowledge repositories: Towards work degradation

Bibliographic reference Taskin, Laurent ; Van Bunnen, Gabriel. Knowledge management through the developmennt of knowledge repositories: Towards work degradation. In: New Technology, Work & Employment, Vol. 30, no.2, p. 158-172 (July 2015)
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