TERRA: Revista de Desarrollo Local

TERRA: Revista de Desarrollo Local
Terra es una revista de periodicidad bianual que recoge la reflexión académica y la práctica política en el campo del desarrollo local.

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Núm. 4 (2018)

Artículos

Héctor Daniel Flores, Martín Gil, Cristian Daniel Altavilla, Estela Iparraguirre
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1-31
Joan Noguera Tur, Giuseppe Scardaccione, Estefanía Gascó Martínez, Mar Riera Spiegehalder, Héctor del Alcálzar Indarte
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32-70
Ulises Pacheco Feria, Rosa Marina Castellanos Dorado, Milagros Morales Pérez
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71-97
Victor Soulary Carracedo, Marianela González Ortiz, Ulises Pacheco Feria
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98-116

Experiencias y buenas prácticas

Ana Sales Ten, Elena Margaix Cecilia
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117-123


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