A review of credit scoring research in the age of Big Data

@article{Onay2018ARO,
  title={A review of credit scoring research in the age of Big Data},
  author={Ceylan Onay and Elif {\"O}zt{\"u}rk},
  journal={Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance},
  year={2018}
}
Purpose This paper aims to survey the credit scoring literature in the past 41 years (1976-2017) and presents a research agenda that addresses the challenges and opportunities Big Data bring to credit scoring. Design/methodology/approach Content analysis methodology is used to analyze 258 peer-reviewed academic papers from 147 journals from two comprehensive academic research databases to identify their research themes and detect trends and changes in the credit scoring literature according to… 

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