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REFERENCIAS

EMPRESAS DIGITALES: MODELOS DE NEGOCIO ESCALABLES Y PALANCAS DE CONTROL
AUTORES:
Connie Carreño Hurtado
Universidad de Chile
Ingeniería en Información y Control de Gestión, 5to año
cocarren@fen.uchile.cl

Rodrigo Bravo Medina
Universidad de Chile
Ingeniería en Información y Control de Gestión, 5to año
rodrigobravo@fen.uchile.cl

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