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Bayeh, Antonio, Mohammad Bitar, Radu Burlacu, and Thomas Walker. "Competition, Securitization and Efficiency in US Banks." In Competition in Banking and Finance Conference. Groningen, The Netherlands, 2017.
Bayeh, Antonio, Mohammad Bitar, Radu Burlacu, and Thomas Walker. "Competition, Securitization and Efficiency in US Banks." In Paris financial Management Conference (IPAG Business School). Paris, France, 2016.
Bayeh, Antonio, Mohammad Bitar, Radu Burlacu, and Thomas Walker. "Competition, Securitization and Efficiency in US Banks." In 33rd Symposium on Money, Banking and Finance (GDRE). Clermont-Ferrand, France, 2016.
Bayeh, Antonio, Mohammad Bitar, Radu Burlacu, and Thomas Walker. "Competition, Securitization and Efficiency in US Banks." In 8th International Conference of the International Finance ande Banking Society (IFABS). Barcelone, Espagne, 2016.
Bayeh, Antonio, Mohammad Bitar, Radu Burlacu, and Thomas Walker. "Competition, Securitization and Efficiency in US Banks." In 34th International Conference of the French Finance Association (AFFI). Valence, France, 2017.
Bayeh, Antonio, Mohammad Bitar, Radu Burlacu, and Thomas Walker. "Competition, Securitization and Efficiency in US Banks." In Portsmouth-Fordham Conference on Banking and Finance. Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 2016.
Bayeh, Antonio, Mohammad Bitar, Radu Burlacu, and Thomas Walker. "Competition, Securitization and Efficiency in US Banks." In 6th International Conference of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS). Malaga, Espagne, 2016.
Bayeh, Antonio, Mohammad Bitar, Radu Burlacu, and Thomas Walker. "Competition, Securitization and Efficiency in US Banks." In Augustin Cournot Doctoral Days. Strasbourg, France, 2015.
Benlemlih, Mohammed, and Mohammad Bitar. "Corporate Social Responsibility and Investment Efficiency." Journal of Business Ethics 148, no. 3 (2018): 647-671.