Perhaps the best way to obtain more information on multinational financial management is to consult one of the many excellent textbooks on the subject. For example, see
Eaker, Mark R., Frank J. Fabozzi, and Dwight Grant, International Corporate Finance (Fort Worth, TX: The Dryden Press, 1996).
Levi, Maurice, International Finance (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1996).
Madura, Jeff, International Financial Management (St. Paul: West, 1995).
For some articles on multinational financial management, see Carre, Herve, and Karen H. Johnson, "Progress Toward a European Monetary Union," Federal Reserve Bulletin, October 1991, 769-783. Choi, Jongmoo Jay, and Anita Mehra Prasad, "Exchange Risk Sensitivity and Its Determinants: A Firm and Industry Analysis of U.S. Multinationals," Financial Management, Autumn 1995, 77-88. Frankel, Jeffrey A., "The Japanese Cost of Finance," Financial Management, Spring 1991, 95-127. Hammer, Jerry A., "Hedging Performance and Hedging Objectives: Tests of New Performance Measures in the Foreign Currency Market," Journal of Financial Research, Winter 1990, 307-323.
Hunter, William C., and Stephen G. Timme, "A Stochastic Dominance Approach to Evaluating Foreign Exchange Hedging Strategies," Financial Management, Autumn 1992, 104-112.
Kester, George W., Rosita P. Chang, and Kai-Chong Tsui, "Corporate Financial Policy in the Pacific Basin: Hong Kong and Singapore," Financial Practice and Education, Spring/Summer 1994, 117-127.
Lee, Insup, and Steve B. Wyatt, "The Effects of International Joint Ventures on Shareholder Wealth," Financial Review, November 1990.
Mahajan, Arvind, "Pricing Expropriation Risk," Financial Management, Winter 1990, 77-86.
Pauls, B. Dianne, "U.S. Exchange Rate Policy: Bretton Woods to Present," Federal Reserve Bulletin, November 1990, 891-908.
The following case from the Cases in Financial Management:
series focuses on multinational capital budgeting:
Case 18, "Alaska Oil Corporation."
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