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|Statement||by Colin J.Glass, Donal McKillop [and] Noel Hyndman.|
|Series||Working papers in accounting and finance / Queen"s University of Belfast -- A/F 93-1|
|Contributions||McKillop, Donal G., 1957-, Hyndman, Noel., Queen"s University of Belfast. School of Finance and Information. Accounting and Finance Division.|
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