This is part of the author’s PhD dissertation realized at the University of Toulouse. Part of this paper was written while I visited the FMG–LSE. I am largely indebted to Bruno Jullien and to Denis Gromb for their detailed comments on this work and for their encouragements. In addition, special thanks are due to Bruno Biais, François Boldron, Marie Bresson, Catherine Casamatta, Sylvain Champonnois, Arnold Chassagnon, Antoine Faure-Grimaud, Hela Hadj Ali, Urs Haegler, Armel Jacques, Freyan Panthaki, Pierre Picard, Guillaume Plantin, Sebatien Pouget, Antoine Renucci, Sylvia Rosetto, Benoît Roger, Anne Marie Tauzin, the editor, a co-editor, an anonymous referee as well as participants at the IDEI Finance workshop on Corporate Finance and Industrial Organization. I would also like to thank seminar participants at Université Paris Dauphine, LBS, LSE, Universit é Toulouse I, and participants at AFFI (Lyon, 2003), the EEA meeting (Bozen-Bolzano, 2000), the EARIE meeting (Lausanne, 2000), the EGRIE meeting (Rome, 2000), and the “Ecole de printemps” (Aix en Provence, 2000). Financial support from the European Commission (Training and Mobility of Researchers) is gratefully acknowledged. All remaining errors are mine.
Optimal Hedging Strategies and Interactions between Firms
Article first published online: 18 JAN 2012
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Journal of Economics & Management Strategy
Volume 21, Issue 1, pages 79–129, Spring 2012
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Loss, F. (2012), Optimal Hedging Strategies and Interactions between Firms. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 21: 79–129. doi: 10.1111/j.1530-9134.2011.00328.x
- Issue published online: 18 JAN 2012
- Article first published online: 18 JAN 2012
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