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Dusan Mramor

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University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics


 Kardeljeva ploscad 17
 Ljubljana, 1000
 Slovenia
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1.  
Consumer Credit Scoring Models with Limited Data | Show Abstract | Download This Paper | Open PDF in Browser |
EFA 2007 Ljubljana Meetings Paper
Number of Pages in PDF File: 23
Sustersic, Maja
Independent
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Zupan, Jure
National Institute of Chemistry
Posted:
02 Mar 07
1,318
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2.  
Pahor, Marko
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
26 Apr 01
1,229
(10,621)
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3.  
Bole, Velimir Anton
Economic Institute of the Law School
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
16 Aug 05
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4.  
A Respecified Fama French Three‐Factor Model for the New European Union Member States | Show Abstract | Add to Cart |
Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting, Vol. 24, Issue 1, pp. 3-25, 2013
Number of Pages in PDF File: 23
Foye, James
University of Ljubljana
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Pahor, Marko
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
19 Mar 13
3
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5.  
Foye, James
University of Ljubljana
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
21 May 16
0
(386,089)
 

6.  
Do European Firms Behave as if they Converge Toward a Target Capital Structure? | Show Abstract | Add to Cart |
Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting, Vol. 27, Issue 2, pp. 97-125, 2016
Number of Pages in PDF File: 29
Marinšek, Denis
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Pahor, Marko
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Luštrik, Roman
University of Ljubljana - Biotechnical Faculty
Posted:
20 Apr 16
0
(505,763)
 

7.  
Foye, James
University of Ljubljana
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Pahor, Marko
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
08 Mar 16
0
(260,302)
 

8.  
Foye, James
University of Ljubljana
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Pahor, Marko
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
08 Mar 16
0
(449,641)
 

9.  
When Maximizing Shareholders' Wealth Is Not the Only Choice | Show Abstract |
Eastern European Economics, Vol. 39, No. 6, November-December 2001, pp. 64-93
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Valentincic, Aljosa
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
21 Dec 13
 

10.  
Forecasting the Liquidity of Very Small Private Companies | Show Abstract |
Journal of Business Venturing, Vol. 18, No. 6, pp. 745-771, 2003
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Valentincic, Aljosa
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
21 Dec 13
 

11.  
Crnigoj, Matjaz
Institute for Economic Research
Mramor, Dusan
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
21 Dec 12
Last Revised:
29 Jun 15
 


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