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The choice between mail and digital in ghe provision of financial services: a double Hotelling approach

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  • Cremer, Helmuth
  • De Donder, Philippe
  • Dudley, Paul
  • Rodriguez, Frank

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  • Cremer, Helmuth & De Donder, Philippe & Dudley, Paul & Rodriguez, Frank, 2012. "The choice between mail and digital in ghe provision of financial services: a double Hotelling approach," IDEI Working Papers 728, Institut d'Économie Industrielle (IDEI), Toulouse.
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