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Box 1 discusses how financial ties work in these countries to help banks cope with asymmetric information.Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (1995)
With an unpredictable threat, asymmetric warfare and rapidly changing technology the current structure is not fit for purpose.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The asymmetric shape around the shoulders is flattering and relaxed, and the colour would look amazing on the beach.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Economists call this asymmetric information.Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)
They have funky, asymmetric haircuts and wear ironic hipster T-shirts rather than stuffy old white coats.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Indeed, the great military question of our time is how do you defeat an asymmetric warfare grouping such as Hezbollah?Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Berlin's love affair with skinny jeans and asymmetric haircuts seems to be coming to an end as the city shows increasing signs of hostility towards foreign hipsters.Times, Sunday Times (2012) The Sun (2009)
How, then, can the financial structure help promote the flow of funds to people with productive investment opportunities when there is asymmetric information?Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (1995)
Because of asymmetric information, depositors are unable to tell whether their bank is a good bank or one of the 5% of insolvent banks.Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (1995)
Pop it around your waist (arrange in a triangle for a more interesting asymmetric shape ) and belt into place to liven up an otherwise plain outfit.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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