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    Title: 廠商聯合與結合行為之研究
    Authors: 姚惠忠
    Contributors: 李文福
    Date: 1987
    Issue Date: 2016-05-04 17:27:28 (UTC+8)
    Reference: 參考書目及資料
    11. 73年及74年公司合併資料,經濟部商業司提供。
    12. 73及74年度「受理各發行公司申請發行新股或募集公司債案彙總表」,財政部證管會提供。

    AER: American Economic Review
    BJE: Bell Journal of Economics
    EJ: Economic Journal
    EM: Economica
    IJIO: International Journal of Industrial Organization
    JB: Journal of Business
    JEL: Journal of Economic Issues
    JIE: Journal of Industrial Economics
    JLE: Journal of Law and Economics
    JLS: Journal of Legal Studies
    JPE: Journal of Political Economy
    QJE: Quarterly Journal of Economics
    QJEB: Quarterly Journal of Economics and Business
    RES: Review of Economic Studies
    RESt: Review of Economics and Statistics
    SEJ: Southern Economic Journal

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