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Un Análisis Económico Del Mercado Hidrotérmico Chileno: Un Enfoque Basado En La Teoría De Juegos


  • Mauricio Vega
  • Mauricio Villena


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  • Mauricio Vega & Mauricio Villena, 2006. "Un Análisis Económico Del Mercado Hidrotérmico Chileno: Un Enfoque Basado En La Teoría De Juegos," Working Papers 06-2006, Departamento de Economía, Universidad de Concepción.
  • Handle: RePEc:cnc:wpaper:06-2006

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