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Iniciativa empresarial antioqueña: primer paso para un gran futuro industrial

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  • Mario José Díaz Granados Peña

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Luego de un minucioso acercamiento al material de la Sala de Patrimonio Documental de la Universidad Eafit, recogí 30 fichas o noticias referentes al tema empresarial durante los años de 1938 y 1940. La información está relacionada con diversos temas acerca de la naciente vida industrial en Colombia, más precisamente en el departamento de Antioquia. Por ejemplo, se encontró amplia documentación acerca de las crecientes oportunidades e iniciativas empresariales que se tradujeron en las nuevas empresas de esa época; también, como era de esperarse, se hallaron dificultades que los personajes iban resolviendo a medida que las enfrentaban. Para el desarrollo del trabajo se consideró pertinente escoger el tema de “Iniciativas” en la tarea de responder a la pregunta: ¿Qué significaba hacer empresa en los años de 1938 y 1940?

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  • Mario José Díaz Granados Peña, 2011. "Iniciativa empresarial antioqueña: primer paso para un gran futuro industrial," REVISTA AD-MINISTER, UNIVERSIDAD EAFIT, September.
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    Keywords

    Historia empresarial; Antioquia; empresarios anitoqueños; economía; crisis; Dossier.;

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    • N86 - Economic History - - Micro-Business History - - - Latin America; Caribbean

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