The Transformative Role of Calculative Devices in the Appraisal of a Large Scale Systems: Re-inventing the Bicycle as an Instrument of Public Health

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSustainable Innovation 2014 : Cities and Regions as Catalysts for Smart and Sustainable Innovation
Number of pages5
Place of PublicationFarnham, uk
Publication date1 Apr 2015
Pages73-78
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2015
EventSustainable Innovation 2014 - KADK, Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: 3 Nov 20144 Nov 2014

Conference

ConferenceSustainable Innovation 2014
LocationKADK
CountryDenmark
CityCopenhagen
Period03/11/201404/11/2014

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Elle, M., Jensen, J. S., & Valderrama, A. (2015). The Transformative Role of Calculative Devices in the Appraisal of a Large Scale Systems: Re-inventing the Bicycle as an Instrument of Public Health. In Sustainable Innovation 2014: Cities and Regions as Catalysts for Smart and Sustainable Innovation (pp. 73-78). Farnham, uk.
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The Transformative Role of Calculative Devices in the Appraisal of a Large Scale Systems : Re-inventing the Bicycle as an Instrument of Public Health. / Elle, Morten; Jensen, Jens Stissing; Valderrama, Andres.

Sustainable Innovation 2014: Cities and Regions as Catalysts for Smart and Sustainable Innovation. Farnham, uk, 2015. p. 73-78.

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Elle M, Jensen JS, Valderrama A. The Transformative Role of Calculative Devices in the Appraisal of a Large Scale Systems: Re-inventing the Bicycle as an Instrument of Public Health. In Sustainable Innovation 2014: Cities and Regions as Catalysts for Smart and Sustainable Innovation. Farnham, uk. 2015. p. 73-78