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Information money fields of cyclic oscillations in nonlinear dynamic economic system

Ledenyov, Dimitri O. and Ledenyov, Viktor O. (2015): Information money fields of cyclic oscillations in nonlinear dynamic economic system.

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Abstract

Article introduces the notion of information money fields of the cyclic oscillations of the economic variables in the nonlinear dynamic economic system for the first time, and presents an original research on the Ledenyov theory on the information money fields of the cyclic oscillations of the economic variables in the nonlinear dynamic economic system. The Ledenyov theory on the information money fields of the cyclic oscillations of economic variables in the nonlinear dynamic economic system postulates that the economic continuous waves (the cyclic oscillations) have the information money fields in the nonlinear dynamic economic system, transmitting the economic/financial information in the nonlinear dynamic economic system. It is shown that the information money fields may interact with other cyclic oscillations and/or with the nonlinear dynamic economic system by means of the weak and strong interactions between the information money fields. We developed the MicroIMF software program to make the computer modeling of 1) the interactions between the information money fields of one cyclic oscillation and the information money fields of other cyclic oscillation(s) in the nonlinear dynamic economic system, 2) the interactions between the information money fields of cyclic oscillation and the nonlinear dynamic economic system itself, and 3) the density distributions of the information money fields by different cyclic oscillations (the economic continuous waves) in the nonlinear dynamic economic system. The MicroIMF software program can be used in the process of business cycles forecasting by the central banks with the purpose to make the strategic decisions on the monetary policies, financial stability policies, and by other financial institutions with the aim to perform the financial operations on the minimum capital allocation, countercyclical capital buffer creation, and capital investments.

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