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Ning Ding

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  1. Ning Xi & Ning Ding & Yougui Wang, 2005. "How Required Reserve Ratio Affects Distribution and Velocity of Money," Papers physics/0507160,
  2. Ning Ding & Yougui Wang, 2005. "Power-Law Distributions in Circulating Money: Effect of Preferential Behavior," Papers physics/0507151,
  3. Yougui Wang & Ning Ding & Li Zhang, 2005. "The Circulation of Money and Holding Time Distribution," Papers physics/0507147,
  4. Ning Ding & Ning Xi & Yougui Wang, 2005. "The Economic Mobility in Money Transfer," Papers physics/0507158,, revised Jul 2005.
  5. Yougui Wang & Ning Ding, 2005. "Dynamic Process of Money Transfer Models," Papers physics/0507162,
  6. Ning Ding & Ning Xi & Yougui Wang, 2005. "Effects of Saving and Spending Patterns on Holding Time Distribution," Papers physics/0507149,
  7. Yougui Wang & Ning Ding & Ning Xi, 2005. "Prospects for Money Transfer Models," Papers physics/0507161,
  1. Ding, Ning & Wang, Yougui, 2008. "Household income mobility in China and its decomposition," China Economic Review, Elsevier, vol. 19(3), pages 373-380, September.
  2. N. Ding & N. Xi & Y. Wang, 2003. "Effects of saving and spending patterns on holding time distribution," The European Physical Journal B: Condensed Matter and Complex Systems, Springer;EDP Sciences, vol. 36(1), pages 149-153, November.

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