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Lock-ins and Agency: Towards an Embedded Approach of Individual Pathways in the Walloon Dairy Sector

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Bibliographic reference De Herde, Véronique ; Marechal, Kevin ; Baret, Philippe. Lock-ins and Agency: Towards an Embedded Approach of Individual Pathways in the Walloon Dairy Sector. In: Sustainability, Vol. 11(16), , no.16, p. 4405 (2019)
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