How big is the bio-business? Notes on measuring the size of the Dutch bio-economy

  title={How big is the bio-business? Notes on measuring the size of the Dutch bio-economy},
  author={Wim J. M. Heijman},
  journal={NJAS: Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences},
  pages={5 - 8}
  • W. Heijman
  • Published 1 June 2016
  • Economics
  • NJAS: Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences

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