The Performance of Long-Term Contracts: Further Evidence from Coal Markets
AbstractThis article extends my previous work on price adjustment in long-term
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- Joskow, P.L., 1989. "The Performance Of Long Term Contracts: Further Evidence From Coal Market," Working papers 517, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of Economics.
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