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2021-10-14

Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America

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https://doi.org/10.15446/cuad.econ.v40n84.99033

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Economics (en)
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  • Jimena Hurtado Universidad de los Andes
  • Erich Pinzón-Fuchs Universidad Nacional de Colombia

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APA

Hurtado, J., & Pinzón-Fuchs, E. (2021). Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America. Cuadernos de Economía, 40(84), VII-XX. https://doi.org/10.15446/cuad.econ.v40n84.99033

ACM

[1]
Hurtado, J. y Pinzón-Fuchs, E. 2021. Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America. Cuadernos de Economía. 40, 84 (oct. 2021), VII-XX. DOI:https://doi.org/10.15446/cuad.econ.v40n84.99033.

ACS

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Hurtado, J.; Pinzón-Fuchs, E. Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America. Cuad. Econ. 2021, 40, VII-XX.

ABNT

HURTADO, J.; PINZÓN-FUCHS, E. Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America. Cuadernos de Economía, [S. l.], v. 40, n. 84, p. VII-XX, 2021. DOI: 10.15446/cuad.econ.v40n84.99033. Disponível em: https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/ceconomia/article/view/99033. Acesso em: 17 ene. 2022.

Chicago

Hurtado, Jimena, y Erich Pinzón-Fuchs. 2021. «Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America». Cuadernos De Economía 40 (84):VII-XX. https://doi.org/10.15446/cuad.econ.v40n84.99033.

Harvard

Hurtado, J. y Pinzón-Fuchs, E. (2021) «Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America», Cuadernos de Economía, 40(84), p. VII-XX. doi: 10.15446/cuad.econ.v40n84.99033.

IEEE

[1]
J. Hurtado y E. Pinzón-Fuchs, «Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America», Cuad. Econ., vol. 40, n.º 84, p. VII-XX, oct. 2021.

MLA

Hurtado, J., y E. Pinzón-Fuchs. «Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America». Cuadernos de Economía, vol. 40, n.º 84, octubre de 2021, p. VII-XX, doi:10.15446/cuad.econ.v40n84.99033.

Turabian

Hurtado, Jimena, y Erich Pinzón-Fuchs. «Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America». Cuadernos de Economía 40, no. 84 (octubre 14, 2021): VII-XX. Accedido enero 17, 2022. https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/ceconomia/article/view/99033.

Vancouver

1.
Hurtado J, Pinzón-Fuchs E. Understanding diversity (or the lack thereof) in the economics profession in Latin America. Cuad. Econ. [Internet]. 14 de octubre de 2021 [citado 17 de enero de 2022];40(84):VII-XX. Disponible en: https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/ceconomia/article/view/99033

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