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Crossborder dividend taxation and the preferences of taxable and nontaxable investors: Evidence from Canada

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  • Christoffersen, Susan E.K.
  • Geczy, Christopher C.
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  • Reed, Adam V.

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  • Christoffersen, Susan E.K. & Geczy, Christopher C. & Musto, David K. & Reed, Adam V., 2005. "Crossborder dividend taxation and the preferences of taxable and nontaxable investors: Evidence from Canada," Journal of Financial Economics, Elsevier, vol. 78(1), pages 121-144, October.
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