Economía espacial: Una disciplina en auge
AbstractEste artículo se divide en dos partes perfectamente diferenciadas. En la primera el autor reflexiona sobre la oportunidad del tema del presente monográfico, resaltando algunos de los factores que justifican dicha oportunidad, en tanto en cuanto constituyen hitos relevantes dentro de la economía espacial. En la segunda parte del artículo se comentan sucintamente los artículos que componen el monográfico. This paper is divided in two perfectly differentiated parts. In the first one the author meditates on the opportunity of the topic of the present monographic, standing out some of the factors that justify this opportunity, as long as soon as they constitute outstanding landmarks inside the space economics. In the second part of the article the author comments the papers that compose the monographic.
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