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The impact of government support programs for the development of businesses in Chile

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  • Christian Cancino
  • Claudio Bonilla
  • Marcos Vergara

    (School of Business and Economics, Universidad del Desarrollo)

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Length: 32 pages

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  • Christian Cancino & Claudio Bonilla & Marcos Vergara, 2016. "The impact of government support programs for the development of businesses in Chile," Serie Working Papers 28, Universidad del Desarrollo, School of Business and Economics.
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    1. Christian A. Cancino & Jorge J. Román & José L. Gallizo, 2017. "Exploring features and opportunities of rapid-growth wine firms in Chile," Estudios Gerenciales, Universidad Icesi, vol. 33(143), pages 115-123, June.
    2. José O. Maldifassi & Agustín De la Cuesta W., 2016. "A two-stage process for explaining the relative efficiency of small and medium-size firms in Chile," International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, vol. 20(1/2), pages 99-116.

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