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La tercera vía y sus críticos

Author: Anthony Giddens; Pedro Cifuentes
Publisher: Madrid : Taurus, 2001.
Series: Pensamiento.
Edition/Format:   Book : SpanishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Giddens; Pedro Cifuentes
ISBN: 8430604227 9788430604227
OCLC Number: 50792858
Notes: Tít. orig.: The third way and its critics.
Description: 203 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Cap. 1 La tercera vía y sus críticos.--
Cap. 2 La socialdemocracia y la tercera vía.--
Cap. 3 Gobierno, Estado y estrategia económica.--
Cap. 4 El problema de la desigualdad.--
Cap. 5 Tomar la globalización en serio.
Series Title: Pensamiento.
Other Titles: Third way and its critics.
Responsibility: Anthony Giddens ; tr. Pedro Cifuentes.

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