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|Authors:||Ramezani, Cyrus A. ; Soenen, Luc ; Jung, Alan|
Financial analysts' journal : FAJ. - Charlottesville, Va : CFA Institute, ISSN 0015-198X, ZDB-ID 2194090. - Vol. 58.2002, 6, p. 56-67
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