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Mahdi Sadeghi

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First Name:Mahdi
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Last Name:Sadeghi
RePEc Short-ID:psa21

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  1. Kearney, C. & Sadeghi, M., 1996. "The Short Term Price Performance of Initial Public Offerings of Common Stock: Australia 1991-1994," Papers e9602, Western Sydney - School of Business And Technology.
  2. Sadeghi, M., 1993. "Stock Market Response to Unexpected Macroeconomic News: The Australian Evidence," Papers e9308, Western Sydney - School of Business And Technology.

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