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Ahmed, Jameel and Chaudhry, Sajid M and Straetmans, Stefan (2015) Business and financial cycles in the Eurozone: synchronization or decoupling. Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

Anderson, Richard G and Binner, Jane M and Hagstromer, Bjorn and Nilsson, Birger (2015) Does commonality in illiquidity matter to investors? Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

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Chaudhry, Sajid and Kleimeier, Stefanie (2013) Information asymmetry and the structure of loan syndicates. Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham.

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Fender, John (2016) Towards a general theory of the stock market. Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

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Görtz, Christoph and Mirza, Afrasiab (2016) Solving models with jump discontinuities in policy functions. Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham UK.

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Lauretta, Eliana (2014) Finance and Growth: Modern Interpretations of the Thoughts of Schumpeter. Working Paper. University of Birmingham. (Unpublished)

Lauretta, Eliana and Chaudhry, Sajid M and Mullineux, Andrew W (2016) Theory and Evidence on the Finance-Growth Relationship: The Virtuous and Unvirtuous Cycles. Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham UK.

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Mirza, Afrasiab and Stephens, Eric (2016) Securitization and Aggregate Investment Efficiency. Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham UK.

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Peng, Fei and Kang, Lili and Jiang, Jun (2010) Acquisition size and institutional ownership: evidence from China. In: The Chinese Economic Association (UK) 2010 Annual Conference and 2nd CEA (Europe) Annual Conference, 12-13 July 2010, University of Oxford. (Unpublished)

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Sanderson, Joseph (2013) Revealing gaps in the project management literature: an application of multi-paradigm review to explanations of megaproject governance. Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham.

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