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Scholarly Book

Eleven Years Later

1999

A scholarly economics book is published that includes a case study of the RJR Nabisco leveraged buyout.

Cover of book "Dodging Bullets"

Dodging Bullets:
Changing U.S. Corporate Capital Structure in the 1980s and 1990s

By McCauley, Robert N., Judith S. Ruud, and Frank Iacono. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999.

ISBN 0-262-13351-2 [this image is from the (link will open in a new window) MIT Press web site

Scholarly Book Characteristics
AUDIENCE: Scholars and students
SELECTION PROCESS: Editorial Review
AUTHOR: Professors, researchers, or scholars in the field
TIMELINESS: Takes at least several years for a scholarly book to be written and published.
CONTENT: Covers one subject in great depth, or brings together essays on similar topics. Backs up information with footnotes and bibliographies citing other research.
TYPE OF SOURCE: Secondary

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