Desigualdad salarial y desigualdad sociallos países de la OCDE en el periodo neoliberal

  1. Rodríguez Guerra, Jorge
Sociología del Trabajo

ISSN: 0210-8364

Year of publication: 2013

Issue Title: Centros comerciales: ¿palacios de cristal?

Issue: 79

Pages: 71-93

Type: Article

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