Quantifying risk in financial terms according to context and time for decision making
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One of the characteristic of Risk is the possible loss that could be incurred in an interaction. In a peer-topeer financial interaction the loss incurred is usually the financial loss to the resources of the trusting peer that are involved in the interaction. Hence a way for the trusting peer to analyse the Risk in interacting with any trusted peer in order to decide wether to interact with it or not, is to determine the possible loss to its resources that are involved in the interaction. In this paper we will propose a methodology by which the trusting peer can determine the possible loss that could be incurred to it in interacting with a trusted peer.
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