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  • Investment vehicles: The advantages of flexibility
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  • U.S. Structured Finance Newsletter, DBRS (8/7/2006)
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  • Rethinking the Disclosure Paradigm in a World of Complexity
    ( Reprinted with permission from author ) , Steven L. Schwarcz, Duke University Global Capital Markets Center (9/15/2004)
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  • Basel Comments on IAS 39 - Financial Instruments, Recognition and Measurement, the Fair Value Option, RiskCenter.com (9/13/2004)
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  • Securitization Post-Enron
    ( Reprinted with permissions from the author and Cardozo Law Review ) , Steven L. Schwarcz, Duke University Global Capital Markets Center (4/30/2004)
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  • Enron: The Use and Abuse of Special Purpose Entities and Off-Balance Sheet Accounting, Special Discussion Webcast from "Structuring Commercial & Financial Transactions" class Feb. 8, 2002 (PDF transcript), Steven L. Schwarcz, Duke University Global Capital Markets Center (2/8/2002)
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  • Association's Letter to Members of the Financial Accounting Standards Board Concerning FASB Staff Guidance on Limitations on Activities of a QSPE, The Bond Market Association (6/4/2001)
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