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Kmenta, J. (1986) Elements of Econometrics, 2nd ed,
Suykens, F. and Van de Voorde, E. (1998) A quarter of a century of port management in
For edited books:
Lewis, M.K. (1992), "Off-the-balance-sheet activities", in: Newman P. Milgate M. Eatwell J. (Eds), The New Palgrave Dictionary of money & finance, Macmillan,
For proceedings of conferences, symposia etc :
Lam, W.H.K., Lo, H.P. and Chung, C.M. (1990) "A unified framework for estimating origin-destination matrices for roadside interviews". Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Survey Methods iTransportation,
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