Economic, Social, or Cultural? Investigating Forms of Capital as Alternative Loan Assessment for E-Entrepreneurs

Wulandari, Nuri (2021) Economic, Social, or Cultural? Investigating Forms of Capital as Alternative Loan Assessment for E-Entrepreneurs. Economic, Social, or Cultural? Investigating Forms of Capital as Alternative Loan Assessment for E-Entrepreneurs, 9 (1). ISSN 2344-6781 (In Press)

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Abstract

Micro and small enterprise development are crucial to support a country’s economy, and microfinance is vital to support its growth. Currently, the microfinance industry is faced with two main challenges, to reduce credit risk and to avoid losing sight of its social purpose. The study argues that this is a matter of vicious circle that can be broken using a practical credit application evaluation. The research purpose is to investigate an alternative method for credit application assessment using one of classic sociological theory, the three forms of capital, consists of economic capital, social capital, and cultural capital. A survey of 100 small business owners' operating in e-commerce revealed that only two of the three capitals affect the credit potential variable. The uniqueness of the study is in the utilization of alternative behavioral data, including social media activity, informal training, and religiosity to measure the credit potential of a respondent. The study result contributes to the alternative measure used in analyzing credit potential. The rest of the paper discussing the implication and further research based on the findings.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: KODEPRODI61101#MagisterManajemen
STIE Indonesia Banking School > KODEPRODI61101#MagisterManajemen

H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: KODEPRODI61201#Manajemen
Depositing User: Mrs. Nuri Wulandari
Date Deposited: 29 Mar 2021 01:35
Last Modified: 18 Jun 2021 05:30
URI: http://repository.ibs.ac.id/id/eprint/2177

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