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Predicting Role Relevance with Minimal Domain Expertise in a Financial Domain

Mayank Kejriwal
2017 Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Data Science for Macro--Modeling with Financial and Economic Datasets - DSMM'17  
In this paper, we explore a word embedding-based architecture for predicting the relevance of a role between two financial entities within the context of natural language sentences.  ...  We train a machine learning classifier using the labeled context vectors, and use the trained classifier to predict contextual role relevance on test data.  ...  domain-speci c universe R of roles, role relevance prediction is de ned as the problem of assigning a relevance score in [0, 1] to the triple in a given context c.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3077240.3077249 dblp:conf/sigmod/Kejriwal17 fatcat:fj6bwnfb3rhs7kwnqk2zu4ev3a

"When Experts Become Liabilities: Bankers, Boards, and Bank Failures"

John Almandoz, András Tilcsik
2015 Academy of Management Proceedings  
The alternative explanation that banks with greater anticipated risk of failure select more expert directors, or that banks with many expert directors simply pursue a high-risk, high-return strategy, was  ...  In this paper, we argue that the latent dangers of expertise are most likely to materialize and contribute to organizational failure when the organization in which the focal experts are key decision makers  ...  Moreover, domain expertise is seen as playing a key role in creativity and innovation, which in turn are essential for organizational success and survival (e.g., Amabile, 1996) .  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2015.13571abstract fatcat:c7c7fmnu7bhabfuq4c7ge4aid4

HOW MUCH INFORMATION DO YOU NEED? INTERACTION OF INTUITIVE PROCESSING WITH EXPERTISE

Vladimíra ČAVOJOVÁ, Róbert HANÁK
2014 Studia Psychologica  
context-specific tasks as the experience plays a crucial role in the searching information when making decisions.  ...  In this paper we present two studies examining two different domains (financial and recruiting) and employing different ma nipulations (time stress and instruction).  ...  Katarína Vicenová for help with collecting data in Study 2 and Eva Ballová Mikušková, PhD. for proofreading the first draft of the manuscript and helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.21909/sp.2014.02.652 fatcat:wzxdciorwzcujgl6w7ou5jkvtm

THE INFLUENCE OF DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE AND CLIENT'S REPORTING STRATEGY ON TAX CONSULTANT'S DECISION [chapter]

2019 The International Conference on ASEAN 2019  
This study aims to investigate the contingent effect of domain knowledge in two different client financial reporting strategy toward tax consultants decision making.  ...  To accomplish this purpose, study participants were given the role of asa tax consultant in a tax compliance task setting. The Experiment was conducted toward experienced students.  ...  This finding implies that domain knowledge has a significant role in a variety of client conditions and characteristics.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110678666-039 fatcat:frnp3cytnfhe3ow2umy5bs6g6i

Risk Attitudes and Personality Traits Predict Perceptions of Benefits and Risks for Medicinal Products: A Field Study of European Medical Assessors

Andrea R. Beyer, Barbara Fasolo, P.A. de Graeff, H.L. Hillege
2015 Value in Health  
Methods: Seventy-five European medical assessors were assessed in a field study using the Domain Specific Risk Taking scale and the Big Five Inventory scale.  ...  in predicting either the benefit or the risk ratings.  ...  Source of financial support: This work was supported by the Escher project (T6-202), a project of the Dutch Top Institute Pharma and the European Medicines Agency.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jval.2014.10.011 pmid:25595239 fatcat:nbeht426c5bupmevuietfxzcxe

Financial decision making: teacher involvement and the need for trust

Geoffrey Newcombe, John McCormick, Fenton Sharpe
1997 International Journal of Educational Management  
The process will greatly reduce the need for the majority of teachers to be involved in managerial financial issues and will minimize teachers' involvement in financial issues in the technical domain.  ...  Cost centre managers have a critical role in the process.  ... 
doi:10.1108/09513549710163989 fatcat:t7momezkane5rn6nx25gewnpgu

What do they know? The effects of outside director acquisition experience on firm acquisition performance

Michael L. McDonald, James D. Westphal, Melissa E. Graebner
2008 Strategic Management Journal  
Our theoretical model is grounded in the psychological literature on expertise and its role in group decision making effectiveness.  ...  or product markets) through their past experiences at other firms with decisions about those specific types of acquisitions, and we predict that this experience and expertise will have positive effects  ...  The psychological literature on expertise further indicates that prior experience with making decisions in a particular knowledge domain is a critical source for the development of expertise in that domain  ... 
doi:10.1002/smj.704 fatcat:n4nrcrdnqve4do5d5exqvlqsui

Knowledge Encapsulation and the Intermediate Effect

Remy M.J.P. Rikers, Henk G. Schmidt, Henny P.A. Boshuizen
2000 Contemporary Educational Psychology  
The present study explored the role of so-called encapsulated knowledge in diagnosing clinical cases outside the expert physicians' domain of expertise.  ...  The proportion of encapsulating concepts in recall and pathophysiological explanations, on the other hand, increased with levels of expertise.  ...  A canonical explanation constitutes a minimally sufficient explanation for all the signs and symptoms described in a clinical case and it is constructed with the help of domain experts.  ... 
doi:10.1006/ceps.1998.1000 pmid:10753544 fatcat:m5uywqdczzbsxj5qhqgovgpxpm

Performance Pressure as a Double-edged Sword

Heidi K. Gardner
2012 Administrative Science Quarterly  
Survey results show that, as performance pressure increases, team members begin to over-rely on general expertise while discounting domain-specific expertise, leading to suboptimal performance.  ...  In this paper, I develop and empirically test the proposition that performance pressure acts as a double-edged sword for teams, providing positive effects by enhancing team motivation to achieve good results  ...  Similarly, Groysberg and colleagues (2008, 2010) demonstrated that domain-specific expertise plays a significantly greater role in equity research analysts' career success than does general professional  ... 
doi:10.1177/0001839212446454 fatcat:n73rlntv2rckbk7vccdz25rhtq

Knowledge-based Support in a Group Decision Making Context: An Expert-Novice Comparison

Fiona Nah, Izak Benbasat
2004 Journal of the AIS  
Consistent with predictions from the persuasion literature, our results show that experts exhibit a higher level of criticality and involvement in their area of expertise; this not only decreases their  ...  for domain experts.  ...  degrees of domain expertise.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00048 fatcat:in7tosvudvftvh3o2u2lzhiws4

Amplifying Domain Expertise in Clinical Data Pipelines

Protiva Rahman, Arnab Nandi, Courtney Hebert
2020 JMIR Medical Informatics  
There are multiple people involved in this process: a data engineer who processes and restructures the data, a data scientist who develops statistical models, and a domain expert who informs the design  ...  Finally, we demonstrate the use of our taxonomy with a case study.  ...  Acknowledgments The research reported in this paper was supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of National Institute of Health (NIH) under R01AI116975.  ... 
doi:10.2196/19612 pmid:33151150 fatcat:3wng2jtq45g75jf2x6yxf4mgyi

Automatization of the Stream Mining Process [chapter]

Lovro Šubelj, Zoran Bosnić, Matjaž Kukar, Marko Bajec
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To this end we observed data mining experts at work and in discussion with them coded their knowledge in a form of an expert system.  ...  Our aim is to show that the expertise which is usually provided by data and data mining experts and is crucial for problems of this kind can be successfully captured and computerized.  ...  It is important to note here that in our work we assumed that only a minimal knowledge on the domain is available; by avoiding requirement for domain expertise we therefore aimed to make the system as  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07881-6_28 fatcat:qi6hazgafzbr5ldknwcelq4dka

Thinking, feeling and deciding: the influence of emotions on the decision making and performance of traders

P. Willman
2012 Strategic Direction  
We conclude that emotions and their regulation play a central role in traders' decision-making.  ...  We argue that, in particular, response-focused approaches incur a performance penalty, in part because of the reduced opportunity to combine analysis with the use of affective cues in making intuitive  ...  complex domain relevant schema, a description which fits the world of financial trading.  ... 
doi:10.1108/sd.2012.05628daa.007 fatcat:xof2hv4xzvaifigl7ik37panlm

Engaging Practitioners within Design Science Research: A Natural Language Processing Case Study [chapter]

Seán O'Riain, Edward Curry, Paul Buitelaar
2013 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Using domain knowledge to instruct domain specific Natural Language Processing (NLP) applications requires that knowledge intensive design challenges associated with developing extraction rules and conceptual  ...  The business motivation behind domain specific NLP is explained and design challenges encountered in framework application to use case development, discussed.  ...  The work presented in this paper has been funded in part by Science Foundation Ireland under Grant No. SFI/08/CE/I1380 (Lion-2), and the EU FP7 MONNET project under Grant Agreement No. 248458.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-04090-5_14 fatcat:xcbic6h2jza3lksk544gpruqwm

Thinking, feeling and deciding: The influence of emotions on the decision making and performance of traders

Mark Fenton-O'Creevy, Emma Soane, Nigel Nicholson, Paul Willman
2010 Journal of Organizational Behavior  
complex domain relevant schema, a description which fits the world of financial trading.  ...  However, it is clear from this study that even within such an analysis-intensive domain as financial trading emotion plays a central role.  ... 
doi:10.1002/job.720 fatcat:gf67zqs45vfxbjiozjjqqwdndy
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