Private Information, Credit Risk and Graph Structure in P2P Lending Networks

Abstract

This research investigated the potential for improving Peer-to-Peer (P2P) credit scoring by using “private information” about communications and travels of borrowers. We found that P2P borrowers’ ego networks exhibit scale-free behavior driven by underlying preferential attachment mechanisms that connect borrowers in a fashion that can be used to predict… (More)

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