• China Society of Credit Research


    The China Society of Credit Research (CSCR) is a non-profit organisation which is oriented to bring academic scholars in credit-related areas in China, Asia-Pacific and other parts of the world together, promote research in the areas, including but not limited to, banking, corporate finance, consumer finance, bond and credit derivatives markets, financial technology, credit scoring, credit rating, financial stability, risk management, data mining and machine learning etc. The Society is also interested in the innovations in the financial market and the credit industry, particularly those practices in consumer finance, SME finance, household finance, rural finance and green finance which extends financial inclusion for the general people and enterprises. The Society is founded virtually by Prof. Zhiyong Li in 2020. Prof. Edward Altman from New York University is sitting as Honorary Chairman of the Society.


    The Society holds biennial meetings in China following the Credit Scoring and Credit Control conferences in Edinburgh. The conference was oriented to bridge the gap between academics and practice in the credit industry and open to all scholars and practitioners from banking, corporate finance, consumer finance, bond and credit derivatives markets, Fintech (ML and AI), credit bureau, credit agencies and other related fields.


    The Society welcomes scholars and practitioners from all over the world to join and carry the mission and vision. Academic members may have several influential publications in peer-review journals. Practitioners with significant output including publications and patents may also apply to join the Society.


    Applications can be made by filling the form here.


    If you have any inquiry, please contact via email: cscr@cscr.cn