Un modelo de adopción de innovacionesel caso del teletrabajo

  1. de Luis Carnicer, María Pilar
  2. Vela Jiménez, María José
  3. Pérez Pérez, Manuela
  4. Martínez Sánchez, Ángel
Icade: Revista de la Facultad de Derecho

ISSN: 1889-7045

Year of publication: 2005

Issue: 65

Pages: 135-161

Type: Article

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