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Una plataforma para la docencia en Economía
[A platform for teaching in Economics]


  • Hernández, Penélope
  • Pastor Monsálvez, José M.


The fact that the Bologna process involves significant changes in teaching and that teachers are alone in carrying out these changes, encouraged a group of professors from different Spanish universities to present the opportunity / need for professors to exchange views and experiences in teaching, as is done in the field of research. All of this took place at the Conferences on Teaching held in Granada. This article reviews the main results of this teaching experience.

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  • Hernández, Penélope & Pastor Monsálvez, José M., 2009. "Una plataforma para la docencia en Economía
    [A platform for teaching in Economics]
    ," MPRA Paper 19526, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:19526

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    Teaching; Conferences; EHEA;

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