Tesis doctorales de Ciencias Sociales

EL IMPACTO DE LA GESTIÓN DEL CONOCIMIENTO Y LAS TECNOLOGÍAS DE INFORMACIÓN EN LA INNOVACIÓN: UN ESTUDIO EN LAS PYME DEL SECTOR AGROALIMENTARIO DE CATALUÑA

Gerardo Arceo Moheno




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