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La Economía Social Solidaria: Redes Productivas


  • Jose Luis Moran Esparza


La Economía Social Solidaria y sus redes productivas pretende explicar a muy grandes rasgos el funcionamiento de una manera o tipo de economía: Producción, Distribución, Intercambio, Consumo, Ahorro y Reinversion de Excedentes; lo cual partiendo del contexto local pueda establecer un entramado de redes mediante las cuales se pueda materializar las esferas antes indicadas de este tipo o forma de economía.

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  • Jose Luis Moran Esparza, 2008. "La Economía Social Solidaria: Redes Productivas," Contribuciones a la Economía, Grupo (Universidad de Málaga), issue 2008-01, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:contri:y:2008:i:2008-01:2

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