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1997 Managing in the Turbulent World Economy: Corporate Performance and Risk Exposure. Published articles in English. Find it on Google Books. Increasingly, uncertainty about macroeconomic environment of the firm is a major concern. It is essential for top management to formulate new strategies to deal with such uncertainty (in terms of uncertainty about exchange rates, interest rates, prices et. as traditional financial management is not sufficient.
The risk of economic exposure can be hedged either by operational strategies or currency risk mitigation strategies. This method involves two firms who borrow currencies in the world market where each can benefit from the best rates and then swap the proceeds. Operational Strategies. The following are the operational strategies which can be used to alleviate the risk of economic exposure: Diversifying Production Facilities and Markets for Products. An awareness of the impact of economic exposure can help firms take steps to mitigate this risk.
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Macroeconomic turbulence and volatility in financial markets can fatally affect firm's performance
Macroeconomic turbulence and volatility in financial markets can fatally affect firm's performance. Very few firms make serious attempts to inform market participants and other outsider stakeholders about the impact of macroeconomic ted as changes in exchange rates, interest rates, inflation rates and stock market returns- on performance. In that book, we also developed the Macroeconomic Uncertainty Strategy (MUST) analysis.
Corporate Culture and Performance. Managing in turbulent times thus has to begin with a discussion of the new and different demands affecting the fundamentals of survival and success in the existing business. Author John P. Kotter. These are: -liquidity