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Andres Ricardo Schuschny

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  1. D. Heymann, R. P. J. Perazzo, & Andres Schuschny, . "Learning and Contagion Effects in Trasitions Between Regimes: A Schematic Model of Bank Runs," Computing in Economics and Finance 1997 17, Society for Computational Economics.

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