, Doctor of economic sciences, Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance, Sumy State University, Ukraine
This research article proposes a scientific methodological approach to calculation of financial market infrastructure index that characterizes a level of infrastructural efficiency. It also describes a staged algorithm of its calculation. It involves indicators that represent both quantity and quality characteristics that precede the development of financial market infrastructure. The calculation of the indicator must be performed as to institutional and to private interests of investors. Informative value of this index is aimed at satisfying interests of investors.
Keywords: Projected indicator, Financial market, Infrastructure, Predictive assessment, Infrastructure development index.
JEL Classification: C520, E440, G140.
Cite as: Rekunenko, I. (2017). Scientific methodological approach to defining projected indicator of financial market infrastructural efficiency. Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks, 1(1), 80-86. http://doi.org/10.21272/fmir.1(1).80-86.2017.
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