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Binswanger, Mathias 1962-

BINSWANGER, Mathias 1962-

PERSONAL: Born October 10, 1962, in Saint Gall, Switzerland. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: University of Saint Gall, M.Econ.; University of Kassel, Ph.D.

ADDRESSES: Home—Guisanstrasse 15, CH-9010 Saint Gall, Switzerland. Offıce—FHSO, Riggenbachstrasse 16, CH-4600 Olten, Switzerland. E-mail— [email protected]

CAREER: University of Applied Sciences of Northwestern Switzerland, Olten, professor of economics.


Information und Entropie, Campus, 1992.

Stock Markets, Speculative Bubbles, and EconomicGrowth, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 1999.

Contributor to periodicals, including International Review of Economics and Finance.

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