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Essays on network effects and money / Mikael Stenkula
Bib ID 3665668
Format BookBook
Author
Stenkula, Mikael
 
Description Lund, Sweden : Distributed by Dept. of Economics, University of Lund, 2003 
vi, 123 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
Series

Lund economic studies ; no. 117.

Notes

Originally issued as the author's thesis.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects European Monetary Union.  |  Monetary economics.
Other authors/contributors Lunds universitet
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245 1 0 |aEssays on network effects and money /|cMikael Stenkula.
260 |aLund, Sweden :|bDistributed by Dept. of Economics, University of Lund,|c2003.
300 |avi, 123 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
490 1 |aLund economic studies ;|vno. 117
500 |aOriginally issued as the author's thesis.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
610 2 0 |aEuropean Monetary Union.
650 0 |aMonetary economics.
710 2 |aLunds universitet.
830 0 |aLund economic studies ;|vno. 117.
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