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    Afangideh, U. J.

    Economic Dualism

    2012 - Central Bank of Nigeria

    In-text: (Afangideh)

    Your Bibliography: Afangideh, Udoma J. Economic Dualism. Central Bank of Nigeria, 2012. Print.

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    Arestis, P.

    FINANCIAL LIBERALISATION AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCE AND GROWTH

    2015 - University of Cambridge

    In-text: (Arestis 1-3)

    Your Bibliography: Arestis, Philip. FINANCIAL LIBERALISATION AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCE AND GROWTH. University of Cambridge, 2015. Print.

  • Website

    Financial Liberalization: WhatWent Right,WhatWentWrong?

    In-text: ("Financial Liberalization: Whatwent Right,Whatwentwrong?")

    Your Bibliography: "Financial Liberalization: Whatwent Right,Whatwentwrong?." Worldbank.org. Web. 27 Nov. 2019.

  • Website

    Seck, D. and Nil, Y. H. E.

    Financial Liberalisation in Africa

    2002

    In-text: (Seck and Nil)

    Your Bibliography: Seck, Diery, and Yasim H El Nil. "Financial Liberalisation In Africa." N.p., 2002. Web. 1 Dec. 2019.

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