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Building builders: entrepreneurship education from an ecosystem perspective at MIT (2018)

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    • Título do periódico: Triple Helix
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      RIBEIRO, Artur Tavares Vilas Boas; UECHI, Juliana Natsumi; PLONSKI, Guilherme Ary. Building builders: entrepreneurship education from an ecosystem perspective at MIT. Triple Helix, Cham, v. 5, n. 3, p. 3-20, 2018. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1186/s40604-018-0051.
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      Ribeiro, A. T. V. B., Uechi, J. N., & Plonski, G. A. (2018). Building builders: entrepreneurship education from an ecosystem perspective at MIT. Triple Helix, 5( 3), 3-20. doi:10.1186/s40604-018-0051
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      Ribeiro ATVB, Uechi JN, Plonski GA. Building builders: entrepreneurship education from an ecosystem perspective at MIT [Internet]. Triple Helix. 2018 ; 5( 3): 3-20.Available from:
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      Ribeiro ATVB, Uechi JN, Plonski GA. Building builders: entrepreneurship education from an ecosystem perspective at MIT [Internet]. Triple Helix. 2018 ; 5( 3): 3-20.Available from:

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