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Als de sharing economy doorzet, wat dan?

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Presentation for Dutch Parliament Labour Party (2de Kamer fractie PvdA) on the Sharing Economy. The Hague, The Netherlands. March 2015.

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Als de sharing economy doorzet, wat dan?

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