The winners and losers of war : stock market effects of armed conflict, 1990-2000

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SCHNEIDER, Gerald, Vera TRÖGER, 2004. The winners and losers of war : stock market effects of armed conflict, 1990-2000. Madrid : Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Ciencias Sociales, Inst. Juan March de Estudio e Investigaciones

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