Gabriel Berger

Gabriel Berger is Associate Professor at the Universidad de San Andres, Argentina.

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Cover: Socially Inclusive Business: Engaging the Poor through Market Initiatives in IberoamericaSocially Inclusive Business: Engaging the Poor through Market Initiatives in IberoamericaMárquez, Patricia
Reficco, Ezequiel
Berger, Gabriel
PAPERBACK06/01/2010$24.95
Cover: Social Partnering in Latin America: Lessons Drawn from Collaborations of Businesses and Civil Society OrganizationsSocial Partnering in Latin America: Lessons Drawn from Collaborations of Businesses and Civil Society OrganizationsSEKN, Social Enterprise Knowledge Network
Austin, James E.
Reficco, Ezequiel
Berger, Gabriel
Fischer, Rosa María
Gutierrez, Roberto
Koljatic, Mladen
Lozano, Gerardo
Ogliastri, Enrique
PAPERBACK09/30/2004$24.99
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