Liability dollarization, exchange market pressure and fear of floating: empirical evidence for Turkey
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- Feridun, Mete, 2011. "Liability dollarization, exchange market pressure and fear of floating: empirical evidence for Turkey," Greenwich Papers in Political Economy 7925, University of Greenwich, Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre.
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