The Dark Side of Projects

Uncovering Slavery, Corruption, Criminal Organizations, and Other Uncomfortable Topics

With this Special Issue and online collection, we aim to open the space for discussion (and more research!) on the dark side of projects and invite you to join our efforts.
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