Nuevas herramientas conceptuales para el análisis de políticas públicas: la literatura sobre difusión y transferencia de políticas

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  • Eulalia Rubio Barceló

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31-12-2002

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Rubio Barceló, E. (2002). Nuevas herramientas conceptuales para el análisis de políticas públicas: la literatura sobre difusión y transferencia de políticas. Gestión Y Análisis De Políticas Públicas, (25), 23-31. https://doi.org/10.24965/gapp.vi25.332