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Introduction: Needs-Based Technology Assessment: Who Can Afford Not to Use It?

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 March 2009

Yves Bergevin
Affiliation:
Canadian International Development Agency and McGill University
Peter Tugwell
Affiliation:
University of Ottawa

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Special Section: Needs-Based Technology Assessment: Who Can Afford Not to Use It?
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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995

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