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Purpose – This paper aims to introduce the reader to investigate some aspects of investment decision making from a constructivist perspective. Design/methodology/approach – The constructivist perspective is introduced in its dual nature of epistemology and of modelization. From constructivist...
Purpose – Previous academic literature indicates that the case of the banking crises recovery, in view of implemented regulations and policies, differs across times and countries. This is explained by varied institutional environments in which banking sectors operate, and in which financial...
Purpose – The aim of this paper is to explore the lessons offered by the financial crisis about the appropriate epistemological approaches to apply in the study of human affairs in general, and of the financial markets in particular. Design/methodology/approach – The paper applies a qualitative...
Purpose – Quantitative methods known as scoring models have been traditionally developed for credit granting decisions using statistical procedures. The purpose of this paper is to develop a non‐parametric credit scoring model for micro enterprises that are not maintaining balance sheets, and...
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