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Title: Trajectories of development of state-owned banks by analyzing the dynamics of patterns
Authors: Mussina, A.
Shkolnyk, Inna Oleksandrivna 
Bukhtiarova, Alina Hennadiivna 
Keywords: banks
Harrington desirability function
функція бажаності Харрінгтона
функция желательности Харрингтона
cluster analysis
кластерний аналіз
кластерный анализ
self-organizing map
самоорганізовуюча карта
самоорганизующаяся карта
pattern of bank
структура банку
структура банка
Issue Year: 2017
Publisher: Sumy State University
Citation: Mussina, A. Trajectories of development of state-owned banks by analyzing the dynamics of patterns [Текст] / A. Mussina, I. Shkolnyk, A. Bukhtiarova // Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks. – 2017. – Vol. 1, Issue 1. – P. 61-71. – DOI: 10.21272/fmir.1(1).61-71.2017.
Abstract: The article investigates the trajectory of state-owned banks by analyzing the patterns on the example of stateowned banks in Ukraine. The trajectory of the evolution of the state-owned banks can be defined ordered set of patterns, each of which describes the activities of the bank at a concrete moment of the time. The experience of state-owned banks in differently countries around the world was considered. To assess the state-owned banks in Ukraine for the period 2007-2016 the authors offer to assess the dynamics model of patterns of stateowned banks based on Kohonen self-organizing maps and cluster analysis. The model includes 14 indicators providing input variables of model formation. Also it comprises 35 banks of Ukraine, which has been operated during 2007-2016, including 7 state-owned banks. The authors proved that the Ukrainian state-owned banks are essentially commercial banks and non-state agents of a special mission, recently transformed into an additional burden for the state budget.
Type: Article
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