Applying value management when it seems that there is no value to be managed: the case of nuclear decommissioning

  title={Applying value management when it seems that there is no value to be managed: the case of nuclear decommissioning},
  author={Diletta Colette Invernizzi and Giorgio Locatelli and Marcus Gr{\"o}nqvist and Naomi J. Brookes},
  journal={International Journal of Project Management},

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