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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010New Challenges and Possible Policy Options for the Regulation of Electronic IdentityHOIKKANEN ANSSI; BACIGALUPO Margherita; COMPANO Ramon; LUSOLI Wainer; MAGHIROS IoannisArticles in Journals
2010New Challenges and Possible Policy Options for the Regulation of Electronic IdentityHOIKKANEN ANSSI; BACIGALUPO Margherita; COMPANO Ramon; LUSOLI Wainer; MAGHIROS IoannisArticles in Journals
2010The State of the Electronic Identity Market: Technologies, Infrastructure, Services and PoliciesSTEVENS Toby; ELLIOT John; HOIKKANEN ANSSI; MAGHIROS Ioannis; LUSOLI WainerEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Strategic Intelligence Monitor on Personal Health Systems (SIMPHS): Market Structure and Innovation DynamicsABADIE Fabienne; CODAGNONE CRISTIANO; VAN LIESHOUT Marc; PASCU Corina; BAUM PETER; HOIKKANEN ANSSI; VALVERDE Jose A.; MAGHIROS IoannisEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Strategic Intelligence Monitor on Personal Health Systems (SIMPHS): Report on Typology/Segmentation of the PHS MarketABADIE Fabienne; CODAGNONE CRISTIANO; VAN LIESHOUT Marc; PASCU Corina; BAUM PETER; HOIKKANEN ANSSI; VALVERDE Jose A.; MAGHIROS IoannisEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Understanding the Economics of Electronic Identity: Theoretical Approaches and Case StudiesHOIKKANEN ANSSI; BACIGALUPO Margherita; LUSOLI Wainer; MAGHIROS Ioannis; NIKOLOV STAVRI GEORGIEVContributions to Conferences
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