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Del monopolio al libre mercado: La historia de la industria petrolera espa ola. By Gabriel Tortella, Alfonso Ballestero and Jos Luis D az Fern ndez. Madrid: LID Editorial Empresarial, 2003. Pp. 632. 24

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  • Houpt, Stefan, 2004. "Del monopolio al libre mercado: La historia de la industria petrolera espa ola. By Gabriel Tortella, Alfonso Ballestero and Jos Luis D az Fern ndez. Madrid: LID Editorial Empresarial, 2003. Pp. 632. 2," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol. 64(03), pages 894-895, September.
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