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Pages: 8516-8523
Publication year: 2016
ISBN: 978-84-617-5895-1
ISSN: 2340-1095
doi: 10.21125/iceri.2016.0940

Conference name: 9th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 14-16 November, 2016
Location: Seville, Spain

MEASURING RISK AND THREATS TO FINANCIAL STABILITY

J.G. de la Vega Meneses, M.J. Rivero Villar, A. Reyes Flores

Universidad Popular Autonoma del Estado De Puebla A.C. (MEXICO)
This research has been developed for academic purposes in order to better understand the concept of risk related to financial stability, concept that is becoming increasingly important in our modern knowledge-based economy. In this century XXI, the educational experience in the areas of accounting and finance must take into account the identification and outlook of risks for financial stability, concept that in this document is exposed.

This research proposes for international analysis, a methodology for measuring the level of financial stability in any country in the world. In this sense, it has been inspired on the financial analysis model that modern financial theory generally recommends.

This research is quantitative, cross-sectional, it is non-experimental and descriptive. It is quantitative because it provides numerical results. It is cross-sectional because it used economic indicators corresponding to the year 2015. It is non experimental because the sources of data have not been manipulated and have been obtained from good qualified sources of information. It is descriptive because this research figures out why some countries as the major oil exporter countries, in addition to China, Russia and Switzerland and Norway among others, are better prepared to resist financial and economic disturbances that may happen in the future.

In other hand it explains why countries with important public debt as Japan, The United States, and many countries of the European Union have been subjected to face an acute financial and economic crisis, from an innovative point of view based in the financial statement analysis.
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J.G. de la Vega Meneses, M.J. Rivero Villar, A. Reyes Flores (2016) MEASURING RISK AND THREATS TO FINANCIAL STABILITY, ICERI2016 Proceedings, pp. 8516-8523.
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