Monetary Policy, Stock Returns, and the Role of Credit in the Transmission of Monetary Policy
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- Willem Thorbecke & Lee Coppock, 1995. "Monetary Policy, Stock Returns, and the Role of Credit in the Transmission of Monetary Policy," Economics Working Paper Archive wp_133, Levy Economics Institute.
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