The use of Ternary Diagrams in the Analysis and the Mathematical Modeling of Bank Assets Structure
The objectives pursued in this paper are: to obtain by means of ternary diagrams imagistic representations of the structure of assets in credit banking institutions operating in Romania in case of stability, turbulence and intense manifestation of the crisis; identifying functional discontinuities and achieve a comparative database. The ultimate goal of this paper is reporting the results obtained from comparative database to find out what signals preceding a turbulent situation in the banking sector and how far away is the banking system by the normal situation.
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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