Simulation of financial institutions activity in transitional economies
The paper reviews the concepts of system dynamics and its applications to the simulation modeling of financial institutions daily activity. While widely applicable, the approach is of a particular interest in transitional and developing economies. The hybrid method of banking business processes re-engineering based on a combination of system dynamics, queuing theory and ordinary differential equations (Kolmogorov equations) is introduced. By the way of method illustration, we consider the promotion of a set of banking products among some categories of clients.
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