Referencias bibliográficas - Núm. 277, Junio 2019 - Serie Informe Económico - Libros y Revistas - VLEX 792019693

Referencias bibliográficas

AutorRodrigo Troncoso O. - Felipe González R. - Javiera Salazar R.
CargoIngeniero comercial y doctor en Economía de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Actualmente es director del Magister en Políticas Públicas de la Universidad del Desarrollo y Director del Centro de Datos de LyD. - Ingeniero Industrial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile y Doctor en Transportes de la Universidad de Cantabria, ...
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