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Lecturas seleccionadas del XVII Encuentro Internacional de Red Motiva

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  • Mauro, Lucía Mercedes
  • Jaramillo, Daiana
  • Graña, Santiago

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La obra recopila trabajos de investigación y experiencias emprendedoras iberoamericanas. Los autores de los trabajos pertenecen a diferentes universidades iberoamericanas e instituciones de apoyo a emprendedores. Estas investigaciones y experiencias dan al lector una clara visión de la situación actual y algunas luces sobre prospectiva en temas de "emprendedorismo" de varias regiones de Latinoamérica.

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  • Mauro, Lucía Mercedes & Jaramillo, Daiana & Graña, Santiago, 2016. "Lecturas seleccionadas del XVII Encuentro Internacional de Red Motiva," Nülan. Deposited Documents 2561, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Centro de Documentación.
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    Creación de Empresas; Emprendedores; Emprendedorismo;

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