THE MODERN THEORY OF FINANCIAL MARKETS: FROM CRITICISM OF THE ANGLO-AMERICAN SYSTEM OF KNOWLEDGE TO THE REGULATION SCHOOL AND NON-CLASSICAL MODELING
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THE MODERN THEORY OF FINANCIAL MARKETS: FROM CRITICISM OF THE ANGLO-AMERICAN SYSTEM OF KNOWLEDGE TO THE REGULATION SCHOOL AND NON-CLASSICAL MODELING
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S0207-36760000402-1-1
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Article
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97-110
Abstract
The history and modem condition of financial markets theory are revealed in the article. The author gives the analysis of the finance concepts for studying how financial institutions work and for modeling financial markets. The falseness of the classical theory of equilibrium market and the necessity at dynamic macroeconomic theory are conditioned on the statistic model evaluation and the real economic behaviour of institutional investors.
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finance, деривативы, derivatives, financial market, economic management, dynamic macroeconomic theory, regulation school of economics
Date of publication
31.10.2011
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