IDIHCS   22126
INSTITUTO DE INVESTIGACIONES EN HUMANIDADES Y CIENCIAS SOCIALES
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
libros
Título:
Privatisation and trade unions’ mobilisation: a comparative study on the privatisation of the electricity industry in UK and Argentina. A test for mobilisation theory
Autor/es:
GHIGLIANI, PABLO
Editorial:
Peter Lang
Referencias:
Lugar: Bern; Año: 2009 p. 308
Resumen:
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