Corpus ID: 20834191

USING NON-FINANCIAL DATA TO ASSESS THE CREDITWORTHINESS OF BUSINESSES IN ONLINE TRADE

@inproceedings{University2017USINGND,
  title={USING NON-FINANCIAL DATA TO ASSESS THE CREDITWORTHINESS OF BUSINESSES IN ONLINE TRADE},
  author={Texas Tech University},
  year={2017}
}
  • Texas Tech University
  • Published 2017
  • Assessing the creditworthiness of prospective business partners is the first step in conducting trade. Traditionally the creditworthiness of partners was assessed using transactional methods, methods based on close observation of the other party and the heavy use of mostly subjective, soft information. During recent decades, however, these relational methods were largely replaced with transactional methods relying almost exclusively on objective financial data, otherwise known as hard data. A… CONTINUE READING

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