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ISSN (Versin en lnea): 0718-2724


CHILE

2005
Claudio Narvez / Toms Bas / Sergio Diez de Medina / Jeannette Soto / Rodrigo
Corts / Alejandro Jimnez
JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT & INNOVATION: (ISSN: 0718-2724).
EDITORIAL POLICY AND AUTHOR GUIDELINES
Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, December, ao/vol. 1, nmero 001
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JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT & INNOVATION:


(ISSN: 0718-2724). Editorial Policy and Author guidelines.
Claudio Narvez, Toms Bas*, Sergio Diez de Medina, Jeannette Soto, Rodrigo Corts y Alejandro Jimnez
Universidad De Talca, Qubec # 415
Esquina Condell, Providencia, Santiago de Chile.
*Professor and Research, Business School, Innovation and Technology Management;
Center of Innovation & Technology University Adolfo Ibaez.
S10dem@jotmi.org

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