Bank ties and bond market access: evidence on investment-cash flow sensitivity in Japan
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- Patrick McGuire, 2003. "Bank Ties and Bond Market Access: Evidence on Investment-Cash Flow Sensitivity in Japan," NBER Working Papers 9644, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
- Patrick M. McGuire, 2003. "Bank ties and bond market access : evidence on investment-cash flow sensitivity in Japan," Proceedings 859, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
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KeywordsJapan; Bank ties and bond market access; investment-cash flow sensitivity;
- G3 - Financial Economics - - Corporate Finance and Governance
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