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Reference List. List references alphabetically by author's last name at the end of the paper. Include only those references cited in the text.
Bicksler, J., and A.H. Chen, 1986, “An Economic Analysis of Interest Rate Swaps,” Journal of Finance, 41, 645-655.
Charniak, E., and D. McDermott, 1985, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Addison-Wesley.
Citation Style in Manuscript. For citation purposes in the manuscript, use the last name of authors and the published year in the manuscript. Here is an example of the citation style to be used within the manuscript: According to Mayers and Smith (1982), hedging reduces the probability that a firm encounters financial distress. Some of the key financial distress indicators are the firm’s financial leverage (Nance et al., 1993; Gezcy et al., 1997).