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Technology stigma and secondary stakeholder activism: The adoption and growth of clean power programs in the U.S. utility sector, Socio-Economic Review

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Article

Author(s)

IonBogdan Vasi, Brayden King

Date Published

2019

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Vasi, IonBogdan, and Brayden King. 2019. Technology stigma and secondary stakeholder activism: The adoption and growth of clean power programs in the U.S. utility sector. Socio-Economic Review. 17: 37-61.

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