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SAER

Sociedad Argentina de Economía Regional

 

SAER Association is a network of researchers from Argentina interested in regional impact analysis processes generated by local, national and/or global economic and social change.

The SAER encourages interdisciplinary scientific work for the application of new theoretical analysis of regional problems. The networking of SAER facilitates and encourages interaction and collaboration among its members and the public and private actors operating on regional economic and social reality.

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