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Defining and Achieving Financial Stability

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  • William A. Allen
  • Geoffrey Wood

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  • William A. Allen & Geoffrey Wood, 2005. "Defining and Achieving Financial Stability," FMG Special Papers sp160, Financial Markets Group.
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