V. Domrachev, O. Babanin: On Modelling of Liquidity of Ukraine's Banking Sector CSIT 2000 : 205-206
By the definition the "financial programming" is a process of making decissions concerning the economic policy for achievement of sustanable economic growth, or economic stabilisation. The financial programming is based on development of a simulation model, allowing to forecast a behavior of the banking sector as a whole, or of its separate parts.
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