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Bank affiliations and corporate dividend policy in pre-World War I Belgium

Bibliographic reference Deloof, Marc ; Roggeman, Annelies ; Van Overfelt, Wouter. Bank affiliations and corporate dividend policy in pre-World War I Belgium. In: Business History, Vol. 52, no. 4, p. 590-616 (2010)
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