Dynamics of Financial Networks with Intermediation

  title={Dynamics of Financial Networks with Intermediation},
  author={Anna Nagurney and Ke Ke}
In this paper, a dynamical systems framework is developed for the modeling, qualitative analysis, and computation of solutions to dynamic financial network problems with intermediation. An economy is considered consisting of three types of agents: those with sources of funds, such as firms and households; intermediary ones, such as, banks, savings institutions, insurance companies, investment companies, etc., and, finally, the consumers located at demand markets corresponding to the uses of… CONTINUE READING

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