The Use of Financial Derivatives in Emerging Market Economies: An Empirical Evidence from Bosnia and Herzegovina's Non-Financial Firms
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Keywordsfinancial derivatives; risk management; non-financial firms; emerging market economies (EME¡¯s); Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH);
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