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Title: Regulation and differences in financial institutions
Author(s): Chick, Victoria
Dow, Sheila
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Issue Date: Jun-1996
Citation: Chick V & Dow S (1996) Regulation and differences in financial institutions, Journal of Economic Issues, 30 (2), pp. 517-523.
Abstract: First paragraph: Some regulation of financial markets is accepted even in these dirigiste times and even by those neoclassical economists who find it a struggle to explain why the market for money is different from the market for peanuts.
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