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The Fate of Ideals in the Real World: A Long View on Philip Selznick’s Classic on the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
International Journal of Project Management, 36(2), 385–395.
Dr. Atif traces the history of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)—one of the most formidable megaproject building enterprises in the US history.
Journal of Economic Geography 13 (5): 823–44.
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