Asignación de gastos e ingresos como mecanismo de arbitraje: el caso del Colegio-Universidad de Osuna (1796-1800). (Allocation of expenses and income as a arbitration mechanism: the case of the College-University of Osuna (1796-1800)
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KeywordsAsignación de Gastos; Historia de la Contabilidad; Arbitraje; Colegio - Universidad; Siglo XVIII. Expenses assignation; Accounting History; Arbitration; Colleges; Universities; 18th century.;
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