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Amna Farrukh

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Amna Farrukh

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  • Drivers for and barriers to circular economy transition in the textile industry: A developing economy perspective, Farrukh, A., Sajjad, A. 19 Jun 2024, In: Sustainable Development
  • Investigating the barriers and mitigation strategies for biogas adoption in a developing economy: A multi-stakeholder networks perspective, Farrukh, A., Ayubi, S., Sajjad, A. 28 May 2024, In: Process Safety and Environmental Protection


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