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|Longitudinal Study:||HILDA||Title:||Income Hedging in Asset Allocation Decisions: Examining the Australian Evidence||Authors:||Kurian, Samuel||Institution:||University of Melbourne||Issue Date:||11-Dec-2018||Pages:||47||Abstract:||In this paper, I examine whether income hedging influences asset allocation decisions of Australian households. Using the HILDA survey and characterizing income risk using industry-level variables, I fail to detect robust evidence that income hedging plays a statistically or economically significant role in the allocation decisions of the cross-section of Australian households.||Keywords:||Finance -- Assets; Finance -- Expenditure and constraints on expenditure; Finance -- Income (Salary and Wages)||Research collection:||Theses and student dissertations|
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