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Conditional Dominance Criteria : Definition and Application to Risk-Management

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  • Griselda Deelstra

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  • Martino Grasselli

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  • Pierre-François Koehl

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  • Griselda Deelstra & Martino Grasselli & Pierre-François Koehl, 1999. "Conditional Dominance Criteria : Definition and Application to Risk-Management," Working Papers 99-06, Center for Research in Economics and Statistics.
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