La evaluación del desempeño de las empresas privatizadas en Colombia: ¿Coincide con la experiencia internacional?
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- Diana Oliveros & Mauricio Mendoza, 2013. "¿Es la privatización la solución a los problemas de ineficiencia de las empresas públicas?: Revisión de la literatura," Revista Lebret, Universidad Santo Tomás - Bucaramanga, December.
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