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Ennio Alessandro Palombizio

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First Name:Ennio
Middle Name:Alessandro
Last Name:Palombizio
RePEc Short-ID:ppa399
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  1. Palombizio, Ennio A. & Borchert, Jan Moritz, 2009. "Canadian Oil Sands Investments: FOCUS on a Controversial Energy Source," MPRA Paper 35354, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  2. Palombizio, Ennio A., 2007. "Mutual Funds and Segregated Funds: A Comparison," MPRA Paper 6901, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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