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Uk Unit Trust Performance 1980-1989: A Passive Time-Varying Approach

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  • A BLACK
  • P FRASER
  • D POWER

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  • A Black & P Fraser & D Power, "undated". "Uk Unit Trust Performance 1980-1989: A Passive Time-Varying Approach," Dundee Discussion Papers in Economics 023, Economic Studies, University of Dundee.
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