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A comparison of the stability and efficiency of the Canadian and American banking systems, 1870–19251

  • Michael D. Bordo (a1), Hugh Rockoff (a1) and Angela Redish (a2)
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M. D. Bordo , A. Redish and H. Rockoff , ‘The U.S. banking system from a northern exposure: stability versus efficiency’, Journal of Economic History, 54 (1994).

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Financial History Review
  • ISSN: 0968-5650
  • EISSN: 1474-0052
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