Asymmetric legitimacy perception across megaproject stakeholders: The case of the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link

  title={Asymmetric legitimacy perception across megaproject stakeholders: The case of the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link},
  author={Petr Witz and Verena Stingl and Morten Wied and Josef Oehmen},
  journal={International Journal of Project Management},
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