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Fama, Eugene F. (1978). “The Effect of a Firm’s Investment and Financing Decision on the Welfare of Its Security Holders,” American Economic Review, 68, no. 3, 272-284.

 

Fama, Eugene F. (1980a). “Banking in the Theory of Finance,” Journal of Monetary Economics, 9, no.1, 39-58.

 

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Fama, Eugene F. (1983). “Financial Intermediation and Price Level Control,” Journal of Monetary Economics, 12, no. 1, 7-32.

 

Fama, Eugene F. (1985). “What’s Different about Banks?,” Journal of Monetary Economics, 15, no.1, 29-39.

 

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Fligstein, Niel (1990). “The Transformation of Corporate Control,” Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

 

Fluck, Zsussanna (1995). “The Optimality of Debt vs Outside Equity,” Manuscript, New York University.

 

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