Preface, Acknowledgements, Introduction. Part One: Foreign Exchange Management 1. Corporate finance and exchange rate variations 2. The random behavior of flexible exchange rates: implications of forecasting 3. Managing exchange risks in a floating world 4. Management of foreign exchange risk: a review article 5. On the measurement of operating exposure to exchange rates: a conceptual approach 6. Hedging foreign exchange risk: selecting the optimal tool. Part Two: Cost of capital 7. Internationally diversified portfolios: welfare gains and capital flows 8. Market imperfections, capital market equilibrium and corporation finance 9. The role of the multinational firm in the integration of segmented capital markets 10. Investor recognition of corporate international diversification 11. Exchange rate uncertainty, forward contracts and international portfolio selection Part Three: Financial Structure 12. Financial structure and multinational corporations 13. Financial structure an cost of capital in the multinational corporation 14. Multinational corporations vs. domestic corporations: international environmental factors and determinants of capital structure. 15. Cultural influences on international capital structure Part Four: Capital Budgeting 16. Capital budgeting and the multinational corporation 17. Capital budgeting for the multinational corporation 18. Evaluating international projects: an adjusted present value approach. Select bibliography. Name index. Subject index.