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Sistemas de Sanciones por Daños Ambientales para la Fiscalización de la Industria de Hidrocarburos en el Perú

  • Arturo Vásquez

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    (Oficina de Estudios Económicos, OSINERGMIN)

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Paper provided by OSINERGMIN, Oficina de Estudios Economicos in its series Working Papers with number 20.

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Length: 187 pages
Date of creation: May 2006
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Handle: RePEc:ose:wpaper:20
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  9. Arturo Vásquez & José Gallardo, 2006. "Sistemas de Supervisión y Esquemas de Sanciones para el Sector Hidrocarburos," Working Papers 10, OSINERGMIN, Oficina de Estudios Economicos.
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