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Alchian, A. Armen (1984). “Specificity, Specializations, and Coalitions,” Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 140, march, 34-49.


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Amihud, Yakov, and B. Lev (1981). “Risk Reduction as a Managerial Motive for Conglomerate Mergers,” Bell Journal of Economics,” 12, 605-617.


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Andersen, Ellen (1989). ”Analyse af Makroøkonomiske Modeller,” Undervisningsnote nr 2, ved Københavns Universitet, Økonomist Institut, ISBN 0901-9987.


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Andersen, Torben G. (1996). ”Return Volatility and Trading Volume: An Information Flow Interpretation of Stochastic Volatility,” Journal of Finance, 51, 1, 169-204.


Anderson, Ronald C., and D. Scott Lee (1997). “Ownership Studies: The Data Source Does Matter,” Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 32, 3, 311-328.


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Aoki, Masahiko (1990). “Toward an Economic Model of the Japanese Firm,” Journal of Economic Literature, 28, 1-27.


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Ashmore, D. (1990). “Examining the Effects of Takeover Pressure on Research and Development Intensity,” Harvard University Senior Honours Thesis.


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Asquith, Paul, and Thierry Wizman (1990). “Event Risk, Covenants, and Bondholders’ Returns in Leveraged Buyouts,” Journal of Financial Economics, 27, 195-214.


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