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Financial innovations, idiosyncratic risk, and the joint evolution of real and financial volatilities - comments

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  • J. Bradford DeLong, 2006. "Financial innovations, idiosyncratic risk, and the joint evolution of real and financial volatilities - comments," Proceedings, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, issue Nov.
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