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Nuevos enfoques de política regional an América Latina: El caso de Colombia en perspectiva histórica. Tendencias del desarrollo regional en

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Nuevos enfoques de política regional an América Latina: El caso de Colombia en perspectiva histórica. Tendencias del desarrollo regional en Colombia. -Polarización, apertura y conflicto- Separata 6 de 7.

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  • Edgar MONCAYO JIMENEZ, 2002. "Nuevos enfoques de política regional an América Latina: El caso de Colombia en perspectiva histórica. Tendencias del desarrollo regional en," ARCHIVOS DE ECONOMÍA 003289, DEPARTAMENTO NACIONAL DE PLANEACIÓN.
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