The Research on Credit Risk Assessment Model of Agriculture-Related Organizations Based on Set of Theoretical
The credit of agriculture-related organizations has a stronger dynamic uncertainty than the general main credit. Although the traditional assessment model can evaluate the main credit from different aspect, it stresses the independence of the object and forced the uncertainty into the certainty to deal with. These methods do not suit for the agriculture-related organizations which have loosely organized and extensive internal links. This paper presents the set of the set of theoretical to integrate the existing assessment model. Also the paper established the credit risk assessment model suit for agriculture-related organization. The research should have some theoretical value and practical significance for the assessment of credit risk of agriculture-related organizations.
Key words: Set of theoretical; Agriculture-related organization; Credit risk; Assessment model
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