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In: Consumer Instalment Credit and Economic Fluctuations

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  • Gottfried Haberler

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  • Gottfried Haberler, 1942. "Summary," NBER Chapters,in: Consumer Instalment Credit and Economic Fluctuations, pages 1-17 National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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