Category Archive: psychometrics

Which Personality Traits Predict Credit Risk?

Posted by Amie Vaccaro on

This post was originally published by Javier Frassetto, VP of Modeling and Data Science, on the FICO blog here. Cross-posted here with permission.  Lenders rely on credit scoring to assess consumers’ […]

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Psychometrics and FICO Scores — An Odd Match?

Posted by Amie Vaccaro on

This post was originally published by Campbell Scott, FICO Director of Product Management, on the FICO blog here. Cross-posted here with permission.  Lenders are looking for new ways to connect […]

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The Entrepreneurial “X-Factor”

Posted by Martin Mager on

Do you take action without being told to do so? Do you make long-term goals along with plans to achieve them? Are you determined to succeed even when faced with […]

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Crisis & Opportunity in Microfinance

Posted by Martin Mager on

This week the New York Times published an article about the challenges currently being faced by microfinance institutions (MFIs). The crisis in India has been brewing since late last year […]

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