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The extent and effects of insider trading in Australia / Roman Tomasic, Brendan Pentony
Bib ID 717082
Format BookBook
Author
Tomasic, Roman, 1949-
 
Description [Canberra : the authors], c1988 
100 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Criminology Research Council grant ; 7/87.

Notes

Cover title: Insider trading in Australia. Part 2 : Extent and effects.

"The second of three [ie. four] reports from a project financed by a grant from the Criminology Research Council."

Subjects Insider trading in securities -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Pentony, Brendan  |  Criminology Research Council (Australia)
Also Titled

Insider trading in Australia. Part 2 : Extent and effects

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