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Environmental regulation and eco-innovation: the Porter hypothesis refined

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Bibliographic reference Bitat, Abdelfeteh. Environmental regulation and eco-innovation: the Porter hypothesis refined. In: Eurasian Business Review, Vol. 8, no.3, p. 299-321 (2017)
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