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Constructing an alternative measure of changes in reserve requirement ratios

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  • Scott E. Hein
  • Joseph H. Haslag

    (University of Chicago)

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  • Scott E. Hein & Joseph H. Haslag, 1993. "Constructing an alternative measure of changes in reserve requirement ratios," Working Papers 9306, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, revised 1993.
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