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The Approximate Average Rate of Interest Cognitive Approach

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  • Briquet, F.

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This research work treats formalization of the knowledge of decision makers of SME. It aims at identifying their diagram of reasoning when they make financial decisions. When they prepare the investment plan, these decision makers make an approximation of the distribution of interests and repayments in the annual instalment of loan. These approximations are similar of one decision maker to the other. This work aimes to identify this reasoning, to check their validity and to formalize them.It produces a simplified formula of computation of an average rate of interests in the loans. Formalization used was tested by several decision makers. They there recognized their mode of reasoning. The major interest is the identification of a particular cognitive diagramand the poposal of a analysis chart adapted to its identification.

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Paper provided by Groupe de recherche en économie financière et en gestion des entreprises, Universite Nancy 2 in its series Papers with number 00-11.

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Length: 19 pages
Date of creation: 2000
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Handle: RePEc:fth:grefge:00-11

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Postal: Universite Nancy 2. Groupe de recherche en économie financière et en gestion des entreprises. Pole Lorrain de Gestion. 13, rue Michel Ney. 54037 Nancy CEDEX France.
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Keywords: DECISION MAKING ; INVESTMENTS ; MODELS ; FINANCING;

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