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The diffusion of production processes in the U.S. banking industry: A finite mixture approach

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  • Beard, T. Randolph
  • Caudill, Steven B.
  • Gropper, Daniel M.

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  • Beard, T. Randolph & Caudill, Steven B. & Gropper, Daniel M., 1997. "The diffusion of production processes in the U.S. banking industry: A finite mixture approach," Journal of Banking & Finance, Elsevier, vol. 21(5), pages 721-740, May.
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