BANCOS DE RUSIA DESPUÉS DE LAS SANCIONES DE 2014

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Alexey Mikhaylov Natalia Sokolinskaya

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El objetivo del trabajo es el análisis de los bancos de Rusia después de la sanción de 2014 desde la perspectiva de la teoría del comportamiento económico. El documento describe el sistema bancario de Rusia utilizando métodos analíticos para las nuevas estadísticas bancarias. El documento encontró que las circunstancias de crisis requerían acciones enérgicas por parte de las instituciones bancarias y que la suma de los fondos recaudados tiene una tendencia estable. Este documento demuestra la idea de Vernikov (2009) que la concentración bancaria en Rusia PF y el sistema bancario de Rusia se convirtió en una Institución de mercado madura.

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MIKHAYLOV, Alexey; SOKOLINSKAYA, Natalia. BANCOS DE RUSIA DESPUÉS DE LAS SANCIONES DE 2014. Revista Orbis, [S.l.], n. 44, p. 55-64, ene. 2020. ISSN 1856-1594. Disponible en: <http://ojs.revistaorbis.org.ve/index.php/orbis/article/view/434>. Fecha de acceso: 30 oct. 2020
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