Cuadernos de Economía

ISSN : 0210-0266

A Review of Network Financial Recovery and Its Regulatory Applications in Financial Systematic Risk Regulations

  • Kim Hieu Bui , Faculty of Laws, Ho Chi Minh City University of Foreign Languages and Information Technology, 828 Su Van Hanh, Ward 13, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
  • Quynh Pham Thi Thai , Department of Marketing, Economic Research Institute of Post and Telecommunication, Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology, Km 10 Nguyen Trai, Ha Dong, Ha Noi, Vietnam.
  • Van Phuoc Nguyen , Faculty of Business Administration, Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology, Km 10 Nguyen Trai, Ha Dong, Ha Noi, Vietnam.
  • Ngoc Anh Dao Nguyen , Faculty of Law and Economics, Ho Chi Minh University of Banking, 36 Ton That Dam Street, Nguyen Thai Binh ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.


Network Financials, Network Recovery, Stability of Financial Regulations, Systematic Risks..


Ensuring the stability of financial regulations is crucial for protecting against various financial risks such as inflation, interest rates, war, recessions, currency fluctuations, market crashes, economic downturns, and other systemic threats. The interconnectedness and complexity of existing fiscal markets make the recovery of their network essential for assessing the financial system's ability to mitigate threats. This study aimed to evaluate the quality, reliability, and validity of the reviewed studies to ensure the credibility and robustness of the findings and conclusions derived from the literature. The study synthesised the literature review findings. A qualitative analysis was conducted to comprehensively review the regulatory applications of network financial recovery in mitigating systematic risks. A comparative analysis was conducted to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, and effectiveness of different regulatory measures in addressing financial systemic risks. The study aimed to evaluate the literature, methodologies, and empirical studies on network financial recovery and its regulatory applications. This study provides a comprehensive analysis of network recovery in the financial industry, focusing on key research advancements in network recovery, finance networks, and regulatory frameworks. In addition, we look at the basic parts and uses of network financial (NetFin) resilience processes in fiscal policy. These include NetFin data, networks, recovery measurements, financial regulatory technology, and regulatory applications. Ultimately, we analyse current issues and propose potential research endeavours within the realm of recovery-based regulation of financial systematic risks.