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Compensation strategies to enact new governance frameworks for SDG transformations

David Horan*
Article   |   Year:  2019   |   Pages:  375 - 400   |   Volume:  43   |   Issue:  4
Received:  August 23, 2019   |   Accepted:  October 8, 2019   |   Published online:  December 1, 2019
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