|Title:||An Overview of the Characteristics of Free Market Economies|
|Authors:||Jamšek, Andi (Author)|
Papler, Drago (Mentor) More about this mentor...
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|Files:|| Andi_Jamsek.pdf (1,93 MB)|
|Work type:||Master's thesis (m2)|
|Tipology:||2.09 - Master's Thesis|
|Organization:||PTF - Faculty of Engineering and Management|
|Abstract:||In this work we are collecting and processing basic information that allows us a general overview of the five most popular global, free market economies which are: the exchange of currency (foreign exchange), rare metals, stocks, residential real
estate and the cryptocurrency markets. By having more in-depth knowledge about the possibilities that each separate financial instrument or asset offers we are devising a strategy suited for different types of investors. Any economical system in its most
natural state will create some sort of dynamic; it is possible to draw parallels between the free-economy and the Lotka-Volterra predator behaviour equations, which can help us to better visualise the behaviour of such systems. We try to compare the model with real life scenarios that had greatly affected some of the economies, one of them being the popularization of cryptocurrencies in 2017 and the other being the most recent
Coronavirus epidemic. By having a rough comparison we can see a clearer picture of the practical uses and the necessities of having an increased and better selection of such models.|
|Keywords:||free market, investing, cryptocurrency, stocks, foreign exchange, Lotka-Volterra predator/prey equations|
|Year of publishing:||2021|
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