Awareness” of Lambs: The Political Economy of Digital Transformation



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E. Erdil, B. Çakmur, and Ö. Avcı, “Awareness” of Lambs: The Political Economy of Digital Transformation,” presented at the EAEPE 32nd Annual Conference, Bilbao, İspanya, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: