Determining the net financial risk for decision making in business interactions

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Conference Proceeding
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Proceedings - International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, AINA, 2009, pp. 822 - 829
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2009-10-05
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In a business interaction, transactional risk highlights the uncertainty associated in not achieving the desired outcomes. The assessment of transactional risk gives the interacting user the different levels of failure in achieving its desired outcomes and the consequences that it can experience. In a business interaction, the consequences that can be experienced pertain to the financial resources invested to achieve the desired outcomes. The level of financial loss that could be experienced plays a very important role in the interacting user's decision to form a business interaction. The level of financial loss is dependent on the different types of uncertain events associated with the business interaction. In this paper, we will propose a methodology by which the interacting user in an e-business interaction can capture the different types of uncertainties and ascertain the financial risk that could be experienced from it. © 2009 IEEE.
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