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Thematic Network for a Fair Radiography of the Global Financial Crisis: An ANP Model

Ramona Mihaela Costache and Andrei Radutu

International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2018, vol. 8, issue 4, 243-258

Abstract: Although thematic networks served as an instrument for analytical understanding and classification of scientific expositions, this instrument was never used in the context of the literature review. This paper show how an Analytic Network Model can be built on the structure of a thematic network for a meaningful representation of the results published on a certain topicin this case the unconventional monetary measures ascribed during the last global financial crisis. While the first section offers a description of the history, structure and organization of the main monetary authority, the second section reviews the main steps in the creation of the thematic network and the structure and builds an ANP model to quantify the contingency values expressed as priority vectors for the intensity of the connections involved. The assessment of the intensity is completed in the last section by the sensitivity analysis regarding of the type” What if?”, like what would be the embraced unconventional monetary policy measure if Europe, for instance, would have more influence in the financial decisions.

Keywords: Literature Review; Global Financial Crisis; Thematic Networks; Basic theme; Analytic Network Hierarchy; Sensitivity Analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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