Valores ASG y su efecto en las organizaciones

Biografía del autor/a

Laura Baselga-Pascual, Deusto Business School, Universidad de Deusto, España
Editora invitada del número especial “Los Valores ASG: ¿cómo hacerlos realidad en las organizaciones?” Vol. LXXVII - N.º 233
Guillermo Badía, Deusto Business School, Universidad de Deusto, España

Editor invitado del número especial “Los Valores ASG: ¿cómo hacerlos realidad en las organizaciones?” Vol. LXXVII - N.º 233


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Cómo citar
Baselga-Pascual, Laura, y Guillermo Badía. 2023. «Valores ASG Y Su Efecto En Las Organizaciones». Boletín De Estudios Económicos 77 (233), 13-19.