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El interés social. Una historia natural de la empresa

  title={El inter{\'e}s social. Una historia natural de la empresa},
  author={Jes{\'u}s Alfaro {\'A}guila-Real},
espanolLas dos formas basicas que adopta la cooperacion entre los seres humanos son los intercambios y la produccion en comun. Las reglas morales que son necesarias para sostener los intercambios y para sostener la produccion en comun son distintas porque tambien son distintos los beneficios de la cooperacion de una y otra forma. En el caso de la produccion en comun o en grupo, la cooperacion tiene como finalidad maximizar la produccion, esto es, obtener las ventajas de las economias de escala… 


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