La financiación de la investigación como motor del emprendimiento académicoanálisis de las patentes universitarias

  1. Rodeiro Pazos, David
  2. Fernández López, Sara
  3. Rodríguez Sandiás, Alfonso
  4. Otero González, Luis
Revista de educación

ISSN: 0034-8082

Ano de publicación: 2012

Número: 357

Páxinas: 203-230

Tipo: Artigo

Outras publicacións en: Revista de educación

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