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Current landscape and influence of big data on finance

Hasan, Md.M.ORCID: 0000-0001-9857-9265, Popp, J. and Oláh, J. (2020) Current landscape and influence of big data on finance. Journal of Big Data, 7 . Article number: 21.

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Abstract

Big data is one of the most recent business and technical issues in the age of technology. Hundreds of millions of events occur every day. The financial field is deeply involved in the calculation of big data events. As a result, hundreds of millions of financial transactions occur in the financial world each day. Therefore, financial practitioners and analysts consider it an emerging issue of the data management and analytics of different financial products and services. Also, big data has significant impacts on financial products and services. Therefore, identifying the financial issues where big data has a significant influence is also an important issue to explore with the influences. Based on these concepts, the objective of this paper was to show the current landscape of finance dealing with big data, and also to show how big data influences different financial sectors, more specifically, its impact on financial markets, financial institutions, and the relationship with internet finance, financial management, internet credit service companies, fraud detection, risk analysis, financial application management, and so on. The connection between big data and financial-related components will be revealed in an exploratory literature review of secondary data sources. Since big data in the financial field is an extremely new concept, future research directions will be pointed out at the end of this study.

Item Type: Journal Article
Publisher: Springer
Copyright: © The Author(s) 2020
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/64005
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