HUANG AND LITZENBERGER 1988 PDF
Foundations for financial economics [Chi-Fu Huang, Robert H. Litzenberger] on Hardcover: pages; Publisher: North-Holland; n edition (); Language. Huang. and. Robert H. Litzenberger. New York.: North Holland The Review of Financial Studies, Volume 1, Issue 4, 1 October , Pages. for Financial Economics, by Chi-fu Huang, Robert H. Litzenberger. https:// :oup:rfinst:vyip
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