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Emerging Countries Stock Markets: An Analysis Using an Extension of the Three-factor CAPM (Korea, India)

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  • Mario Innocent D'Souza

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  • Mario Innocent D'Souza, . "Emerging Countries Stock Markets: An Analysis Using an Extension of the Three-factor CAPM (Korea, India)," Fordham Economics Dissertations, Fordham University, Department of Economics, number 2002.4, November.
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