Bu çal×üma döviz kuru riski ve uluslararas× ticaret aras×ndaki iliükiyi Türk
firmalari için incelemektedir. Önceki çal×ümalardan farkl× olarak, firmalara
uygulanan bir anketin sonuçlar× deùerlendirilmektedir. Sonuçta, firmalar×n,
genelde, USD ve Euro’daki deùLümelerden kaynaklanan bu riskin fark×nda
olduklar×Q×, ve kendilerini doùal hedge ile veya fiyatlar×Q× düzenleyerek
This study investigates the relationship between exchange rate risk and
international trade for Turkish firms. Different from earlier studies, we
examine responses to a survey. We find that firms are aware of exchange rate
risk, which is mainly caused by the movements in Euro and USD, and protect
themselves through natural hedging or price adjustments.
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