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Foreign Exchange Risk Management Practices and Products used by Australian Firms

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  • Batten, J.
  • Mellor, R.
  • Wan, V.

This industry-wide, cross-sectional study concentrates on recent foreign exchange risk management practice and product usage of large Australian-based firms. Results are discussed from an empirical field study of seventy-two firms operating in Australia. Based on a statistical analysis of five firm-specific variables with six management-practice variables, conclusions are drawn on the foreign exchange risk management practices and financial product usage of firms operating in Australia.© 1993 JIBS. Journal of International Business Studies (1993) 24, 557–573

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Paper provided by Western Sydney - School of Business And Technology in its series Papers with number e9209.

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Length: 24 pages
Date of creation: 1992
Handle: RePEc:fth:wesybu:e9209
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