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Consumer Confidence and Economic Fluctuations With J. G. Matsusaka Economic Inquiry 1995, Vol. XXXIII, n. 2
Does Inflation Reduce Productivity? With K. Kuttner Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Economic Perspectives 1994, Nov./Dec.
A CAPM with a Multivariate Generalized ARCH Process: An Empirical Analysis of the Italian Financial Market With G. De Dantis Operatori e mercati nel processo di liberalizzazione, V. Conti and R. Hamaui eds. 1991, Vol. I, il Mulino
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