Boosting the EU forest-based bioeconomy: Market, climate, and employment impacts

@article{Jonsson2020BoostingTE,
  title={Boosting the EU forest-based bioeconomy: Market, climate, and employment impacts},
  author={R. Jonsson and Francesca Romana Rinaldi and Roberto Pilli and Giulia Fiorese and Elias Hurmekoski and Noemi Emanuela Cazzaniga and Nicolas Robert and Andrea Camia},
  journal={Technological Forecasting and Social Change},
  year={2020},
  pages={120478}
}

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