Studies of Portfolio Behavior
by Donald D. Hester, James Tobin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons 1967
Number of pages: 268
This monograph is institutionally oriented -- the six essays draw on some theoretical developments and seek to apply them to the particular circumstances and objectives of various kinds of economic units: households, nonfinancial corporations, banks and life insurance companies.
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