Recent Advances of the Russian Operations Research Society
This collection of articles highlights the most interesting new results from the IX Moscow International Operations Research Conference, the largest Russian meeting in this field, held every three years for leading experts. These papers will interest researchers and organizations specialized in OR, Game Theory, System Analysis, Macro- and Micro-economic Modelling, and Actuarial Mathematics. The volume may be a source for PhD and Master students in the specified areas. The proposed methods for optimal decision making will be useful for insurance and auditing companies, banks, and others.
The volume consists of three parts; the first includes game-theoretic models, the second part considers innovations and their possible opposite impact to the growth of GDP and social welfare, as well as new methods for improving reliability of banks’ credit risks, monopolistic competition under heterogeneous labor, interregional trade and different ways of developing the Russian banking system. The last part contains articles on a wide range of optimization problems and their applications.
Interpreting and finding patterns in financial data can lead economists to make changes through the process of monitoring and planning. In the context of modern research papers, it often shows results, based on the patterns of financial indicators, which contain some insightful information. In our experience, we obtained results from the distinction of credit rating patterns based on the slow rise of financial indicators among industrial companies, and the noisy signals of the financial market.