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Robust Nonparametric Quantile Estimation of Efficiency and Productivity Change in U.S. Commercial Banking, 1985–2004

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  • Wheelock, David C.
  • Wilson, Paul W.

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  • Wheelock, David C. & Wilson, Paul W., 2009. "Robust Nonparametric Quantile Estimation of Efficiency and Productivity Change in U.S. Commercial Banking, 1985–2004," Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, American Statistical Association, vol. 27(3), pages 354-368.
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