High And Volatile Treasury Yields In Tanzania: The Role Of Strategic Bidding And Auction Microstructure
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- Yuri V Sobolev & S. M. Ali Abbas, 2008. "High and Volatile Treasury Yields in Tanzania; The Role of Strategic Bidding and Auction Microstructure," IMF Working Papers 08/81, International Monetary Fund.
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