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Eleonora Herrera-Medina

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  1. Eleonora Herrera-Medina, Vicente Torrijos, María del Pilar Mujica, Gloria Yolanda Castelblanco, 2010. "Colombia: lecciones y elecciones para el futuro," SABER ECONOMICO, UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO NARIÑO, March.
  2. Mario García Molina & Eleonora Herrera, 2010. "Are there Goodwin employment-distribution cycles? International empirical evidence," REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA, UN - RCE - CID, December.
  3. Lissette Olave, Johan Lozano, María Pilar Mujica, Nelson Herrera, José Castro Sotomayor, Constance d, 2009. "Barack Obama ¿La Era del Cambio?," SABER ECONOMICO, UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO NARIÑO, July.
  4. Eleonora Herrera-Medina, Vicente Torrijos, Lissette Olave Cure, José Castro Sotomayor, 2009. "Estado de las relaciones internacionales en el continente americano: análisis y perspectivas," SABER ECONOMICO, UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO NARIÑO, October.
  5. Eleonora Herrera-Medina, Anne Macy, Gustavo A. Salas, Gustavo Salas Orozco, Omar Ochoa Maldonado, He, 2009. "Los Tiempos de la Economía," SABER ECONOMICO, UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO NARIÑO, December.
  6. Ricardo Losada, Yolima Carrillo, eleonora Herrera, Nathaly Ruíz, Nicomedes Rivera, 2009. "Balance Económico 2008 y Perspectivas 2009," SABER ECONOMICO, UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO NARIÑO, April.
  7. Eleonora Herrera Medina, 2008. "Análisis económico de las actuales crisis en América," SABER ECONOMICO, UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO NARIÑO, April.
  8. Centro de Estudios y Análisis Económico, CEAE & Vicente Torrijos & Eleonora Herrera Medina, Maria del Pilar Mujica & Luis Ricardo Arguello, 2008. "Colombia - Estados Unidos: Entre lo político y lo comercial. Llegó el momento de tomar decisiones," SABER ECONOMICO, UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO NARIÑO, October.
  9. Paulo César Narvaez, Eleonora Herrera, Lucila Reyes, 2008. "Petroleo, Biocombustibles y Alimentos," SABER ECONOMICO, UNIVERSIDAD ANTONIO NARIÑO, August.
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  1. NEP-LAB: Labour Economics (1) 2008-05-24. Author is listed
  2. NEP-PKE: Post Keynesian Economics (1) 2008-05-24. Author is listed
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