Is there a Future for Accelerationism? / Haynes, Paul.

In: Journal of Organizational Change Management, 18.02.2021.

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Is there a Future for Accelerationism? / Haynes, Paul.

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Haynes P. Is there a Future for Accelerationism? Journal of Organizational Change Management. 2021 Feb 18. https://doi.org/10.1108/JOCM-12-2019-0398

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Haynes, Paul. / Is there a Future for Accelerationism?. In: Journal of Organizational Change Management. 2021.

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