The Handbook of Municipal Bonds

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 13, 2011 - Business & Economics - 1376 pages
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In The Handbook of Municipal Bonds, editors Sylvan Feldstein and Frank Fabozzi provide traders, bankers, and advisors—among other industry participants—with a well-rounded look at the industry of tax-exempt municipal bonds. Chapter by chapter, a diverse group of experienced contributors provide detailed explanations and a variety of relevant examples that illuminate essential elements of this area. With this book as your guide, you’ll quickly become familiar with both buy side and sell side issues as well as important innovations in this field.
 

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Contents

VI
3
VII
7
VIII
12
IX
17
X
19
XI
21
XII
23
XIII
25
CCLXXXVI
647
CCLXXXVII
648
CCLXXXVIII
652
CCLXXXIX
654
CCXC
655
CCXCI
657
CCXCII
658
CCXCIII
662

XIV
29
XV
31
XVI
34
XVII
35
XVIII
39
XIX
41
XX
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XXI
44
XXII
45
XXIV
46
XXVI
47
XXVII
48
XXVIII
49
XXIX
50
XXX
51
XXXI
52
XXXII
57
XXXIII
62
XXXIV
66
XXXV
69
XXXVI
70
XXXVII
75
XXXIX
76
XL
79
XLI
80
XLIII
85
XLIV
87
XLV
88
XLVII
89
XLVIII
91
L
93
LI
108
LII
120
LIII
125
LIV
127
LV
132
LVI
135
LVII
137
LVIII
144
LIX
145
LX
149
LXI
150
LXII
153
LXIII
156
LXIV
161
LXV
163
LXVI
164
LXVII
165
LXVIII
166
LXIX
168
LXX
169
LXXI
170
LXXII
174
LXXIII
175
LXXIV
176
LXXV
180
LXXVI
191
LXXVII
192
LXXVIII
195
LXXIX
198
LXXX
222
LXXXI
223
LXXXII
224
LXXXIII
227
LXXXIV
231
LXXXV
233
LXXXVI
235
LXXXVII
236
LXXXVIII
238
LXXXIX
242
XC
244
XCI
246
XCIII
247
XCIV
248
XCV
252
XCVI
261
XCVII
263
XCVIII
265
XCIX
266
C
268
CI
271
CII
273
CIII
277
CIV
278
CVI
279
CVII
280
CVIII
281
CX
283
CXI
284
CXII
286
CXIII
292
CXIV
294
CXV
296
CXVI
299
CXVII
300
CXVIII
305
CXIX
311
CXX
315
CXXI
317
CXXII
323
CXXIII
326
CXXIV
333
CXXV
337
CXXVI
340
CXXVII
345
CXXVIII
347
CXXIX
351
CXXX
353
CXXXI
355
CXXXII
357
CXXXIV
358
CXXXVI
359
CXXXVIII
360
CXXXIX
362
CXL
365
CXLI
370
CXLII
373
CXLV
374
CXLVI
375
CXLVIII
379
CXLIX
381
CL
383
CLI
385
CLII
386
CLIII
388
CLIV
390
CLV
391
CLVI
393
CLVII
394
CLVIII
396
CLIX
397
CLX
399
CLXI
407
CLXII
420
CLXIII
425
CLXIV
426
CLXV
446
CLXVI
447
CLXVII
448
CLXIX
453
CLXX
454
CLXXI
456
CLXXIII
459
CLXXIV
460
CLXXV
462
CLXXVI
469
CLXXVII
477
CLXXVIII
482
CLXXIX
496
CLXXX
498
CLXXXI
501
CLXXXII
503
CLXXXIII
504
CLXXXIV
507
CLXXXVI
511
CLXXXVII
513
CLXXXVIII
514
CXC
516
CXCI
527
CXCII
528
CXCIII
532
CXCIV
533
CXCV
534
CXCVI
535
CXCVII
537
CXCVIII
538
CXCIX
539
CC
540
CCI
541
CCIII
542
CCIV
543
CCV
545
CCVI
546
CCVII
547
CCVIII
550
CCIX
551
CCXI
553
CCXII
554
CCXIII
555
CCXIV
557
CCXV
562
CCXVI
564
CCXVII
567
CCXX
568
CCXXI
571
CCXXII
572
CCXXIV
575
CCXXVI
577
CCXXVII
579
CCXXVIII
580
CCXXIX
581
CCXXX
585
CCXXXI
588
CCXXXII
589
CCXXXIII
591
CCXXXIV
592
CCXXXV
593
CCXXXVI
594
CCXXXVII
595
CCXXXVIII
596
CCXXXIX
597
CCXL
598
CCXLI
599
CCXLII
600
CCXLIII
601
CCXLIV
603
CCXLVI
604
CCXLVII
606
CCXLVIII
607
CCL
608
CCLI
610
CCLIII
611
CCLIV
613
CCLV
614
CCLVI
616
CCLVIII
618
CCLIX
619
CCLX
622
CCLXI
623
CCLXII
625
CCLXIII
626
CCLXIV
628
CCLXV
631
CCLXVI
633
CCLXVII
634
CCLXXI
635
CCLXXII
636
CCLXXIV
637
CCLXXV
638
CCLXXVI
640
CCLXXVIII
642
CCLXXX
643
CCLXXXI
644
CCLXXXIII
645
CCLXXXIV
646
CCXCIV
663
CCXCV
665
CCXCVI
666
CCXCVII
667
CCXCVIII
670
CCXCIX
672
CCC
677
CCCI
684
CCCII
686
CCCIII
689
CCCIV
691
CCCV
692
CCCVI
693
CCCVII
697
CCCVIII
698
CCCIX
701
CCCX
702
CCCXI
707
CCCXII
719
CCCXIII
726
CCCXIV
727
CCCXV
728
CCCXVI
733
CCCXVII
734
CCCXVIII
735
CCCXIX
764
CCCXX
767
CCCXXI
768
CCCXXII
777
CCCXXIII
779
CCCXXIV
782
CCCXXV
783
CCCXXVII
784
CCCXXVIII
785
CCCXXIX
786
CCCXXXI
788
CCCXXXII
789
CCCXXXIII
790
CCCXXXIV
796
CCCXXXV
801
CCCXXXVI
802
CCCXXXVII
806
CCCXXXVIII
807
CCCXXXIX
809
CCCXL
810
CCCXLII
811
CCCXLIII
812
CCCXLIV
813
CCCXLVII
814
CCCXLVIII
816
CCCL
817
CCCLI
818
CCCLIII
821
CCCLIV
822
CCCLV
824
CCCLVI
832
CCCLVII
835
CCCLIX
842
CCCLX
843
CCCLXI
845
CCCLXII
846
CCCLXIII
850
CCCLXIV
851
CCCLXV
856
CCCLXVI
857
CCCLXVII
858
CCCLXVIII
861
CCCLXXI
864
CCCLXXII
867
CCCLXXIII
871
CCCLXXIV
872
CCCLXXV
874
CCCLXXVI
879
CCCLXXVIII
880
CCCLXXIX
881
CCCLXXXI
882
CCCLXXXII
884
CCCLXXXIII
886
CCCLXXXV
888
CCCLXXXVI
889
CCCLXXXVII
891
CCCLXXXVIII
893
CCCLXXXIX
895
CCCXC
897
CCCXCIII
899
CCCXCIV
901
CCCXCV
902
CCCXCVI
904
CCCXCVII
905
CCCXCIX
908
CD
909
CDI
911
CDII
913
CDIII
914
CDIV
915
CDV
916
CDVII
918
CDVIII
920
CDIX
921
CDX
923
CDXI
925
CDXII
933
CDXIII
934
CDXIV
935
CDXV
939
CDXVI
941
CDXIX
943
CDXX
946
CDXXI
947
CDXXII
950
CDXXIII
951
CDXXV
952
CDXXVI
953
CDXXVII
954
CDXXVIII
955
CDXXIX
957
CDXXX
964
CDXXXI
965
CDXXXII
968
CDXXXIII
971
CDXXXIV
978
CDXXXV
981
CDXXXVI
984
CDXXXVII
993
CDXXXVIII
995
CDXXXIX
996
CDXL
997
CDXLII
998
CDXLIII
1000
CDXLIV
1002
CDXLVII
1005
CDXLVIII
1007
CDXLIX
1008
CDL
1009
CDLI
1011
CDLII
1012
CDLIII
1015
CDLIV
1016
CDLV
1019
CDLVI
1023
CDLVII
1025
CDLX
1026
CDLXI
1027
CDLXII
1029
CDLXIII
1035
CDLXIV
1036
CDLXV
1037
CDLXVI
1038
CDLXVII
1041
CDLXVIII
1042
CDLXIX
1044
CDLXX
1047
CDLXXI
1048
CDLXXII
1049
CDLXXIII
1050
CDLXXIV
1051
CDLXXV
1053
CDLXXVI
1054
CDLXXVII
1055
CDLXXIX
1056
CDLXXX
1057
CDLXXXI
1058
CDLXXXII
1060
CDLXXXIV
1064
CDLXXXV
1065
CDLXXXVI
1066
CDLXXXVII
1067
CDLXXXVIII
1072
CDLXXXIX
1073
CDXC
1074
CDXCIII
1075
CDXCIV
1077
CDXCV
1078
CDXCVI
1081
CDXCVII
1083
CDXCVIII
1085
CDXCIX
1087
D
1089
DI
1090
DII
1091
DIII
1092
DIV
1093
DV
1094
DVI
1096
DVII
1097
DVIII
1098
DIX
1099
DX
1101
DXI
1103
DXII
1107
DXIII
1108
DXIV
1109
DXVI
1111
DXVII
1119
DXVIII
1120
DXIX
1126
DXX
1128
DXXI
1129
DXXII
1130
DXXIII
1131
DXXIV
1133
DXXV
1134
DXXVI
1135
DXXVII
1136
DXXVIII
1139
DXXIX
1141
DXXX
1142
DXXXI
1144
DXXXII
1146
DXXXIII
1147
DXXXIV
1149
DXXXV
1153
DXXXVI
1161
DXXXVIII
1165
DXL
1185
DXLII
1191
DXLIII
1195
DXLV
1201
DXLVII
1207
DXLVIII
1211
DXLIX
1215
DLI
1217
DLIII
1223
DLV
1227
DLVII
1233
DLIX
1237
DLXI
1241
DLXII
1249
DLXIV
1253
DLXV
1257
DLXVII
1263
DLXIX
1269
DLXXI
1291
DLXXII
1297
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Sylvan G. Feldstein, PhD, is a Director in the Investment Department of the Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, specializing in tax-exempt, taxable, and non-U.S. municipal bonds. Prior to this, he was a research manager and analyst at major Wall Street broker-dealers and a rating agency. A graduate of Columbia University, Feldstein has won the Analyst of the Year Award from the National Federation of Municipal Analysts in addition to authoring or editing four other municipal bond industry books.

Frank J. Fabozzi, PhD, CFA, is Professor in the Practice of Finance at Yale University's School of Management and the Editor of the Journal of Portfolio Management. In 2002, he was inducted into the Fixed Income Analysts Society Hall of Fame and, in 2007, was the recipient of the C. Stewart Sheppard Award given by the CFA Institute.

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