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New instruments and innovations in the financial markets in the European union – tendencies and characteristics
New instruments and innovations in the financial markets in the European union – tendencies and characteristics

Author(s): Miki Runtev
Subject(s): Economy
Published by: Економски институт - Скопје
Keywords: Innovations; New financial instruments; European Union; financial markets; Companies.

Summary/Abstract: The motive for writing the paper is to answer the question of whether and how many new financial instruments will have a positive impact on the overall socio-economic and financial relations in the markets across the European Union. This paper links questions from defining relevant new financial instruments to support companies and financial markets in the EU as well as from their further innovative technological development.The main research question is what are the latest global trends and features of new innovative instruments in the European Union after major market turbulence and crises. For this purpose, this paper generally, is divided into quantitative and qualitative methodological studies. In this context, new features and peculiarities of the markets and innovative technologies in Europe that cover a wide range of financial instruments are revealed.The aim of this paper is to present new instruments and their variants, as well as the existence of derivatives that comprise the spectrum of instruments with which the financial markets operate. In this direction, this paper to describe various specific types of financial instruments, but also how they can be used to support innovation in markets across the European Union.The research expects the following results: that the progress of the research innovation system is more actively required for a more comfortable economic environment for the development of small and medium-sized companies, technological improvements and innovations, with the aim of better progress in the European market economy.

  • Issue Year: 21/2019
  • Issue No: 1-2
  • Page Range: 163-175
  • Page Count: 13
  • Language: English