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Mar 12, 2024 - Systemic risk in decentralized lending
Castro Iragorri, Carlos, 2024, "Plan de Gestión de Datos", https://doi.org/10.34848/FIHD8K, Universidad del Rosario, V2
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May 22, 2024 - Resultados quirúrgicos de los procedimientos de rescate ante una colecistectomía laparoscópica difícil en Méderi entre 2014 – 2022
Ramírez-Giraldo, Camilo; Isaza-Restrepo, Andrés; Conde Monroy, Danny; Ayala, Daniela; González-Tamayo, Juliana; Vargas Patiño, Ana María; Rojas-López, Susana, 2024, "Procedimientos de rescate ante una colecistectomía difícil.", https://doi.org/10.34848/LP51IE, Universidad del Rosario, V1, UNF:6:kmjvLfAAkQVRAQTUX9FUow== [fileUNF]
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May 30, 2024 - Could War Veterans Be Also Victims? Mental Health Correlates of Self-Reported Victimhood Status Among Military Personnel in Colombia
Ugarriza, Juan E., 2024, "Replication Data for: Could War Veterans Be Also Victims? Mental Health Correlates of Self-Reported Victimhood Status Among Military Personnel in Colombia", https://doi.org/10.34848/HOZLFD, Universidad del Rosario, V1
There is a growing awareness regarding the potential mental health repercussions stemming from war-related trauma experienced by both civilians and veterans. However, the existing literature has thus far overlooked a crucial aspect: how observable psychological distress may or ma...
May 30, 2024 - ERP Responses of Ex-Combatants and War Victims Differ for Bias-Related Stimuli
Ugarriza, Juan E., 2024, "Replication Data for: ERP Responses of Ex-Combatants and War Victims Differ for Bias-Related Stimuli", https://doi.org/10.34848/LT2ZRR, Universidad del Rosario, V2
Despite theoretical advancements linking bias, prejudice, and stereotyping to the elicitation of early and late components, supporting evidence in real-life conflict contexts is lacking. This study examines the applicability of previous models in a dyadic context based on differi...
May 30, 2024 - Excombatants and the truth commission in Colombia: an analysis of the participation of former military and exguerrillas
Ugarriza, Juan E., 2024, "Replication Data for: Excombatants and the truth commission in Colombia: an analysis of the participation of former military and exguerrillas", https://doi.org/10.34848/QPCBFC, Universidad del Rosario, V1
The Colombian Truth Commission (2018 to 2022) provides a unique opportunity to delve into the participation of exmilitary personnel and former guerrillas within truth-seeking bodies. While existing literature highlights the importance of their involvement in facilitating the assu...
May 30, 2024 - Ideological Radicalization, Victimization, and the Persistent Divide Between Armed Forces and Former Guerrillas in Colombia
Ugarriza, Juan E., 2024, "Replication Data for: Ideological Radicalization, Victimization, and the Persistent Divide Between Armed Forces and Former Guerrillas in Colombia", https://doi.org/10.34848/8YXUSO, Universidad del Rosario, V1
Ideological indoctrination is a powerful tool for parties in armed conflicts, as they provide a source of motivation for combatants to stay in-group under difficult circumstances, and to perform actions that either put them in the line of risk or defy their personal ethical codes...
May 15, 2024 - Worst-Case Higher Moment Risk Measure: Addressing Distributional Shifts and Procyclicality
Castro Iragorri, Carlos; Fabio Gómez; Nancy Quiceno, 2024, "Replication Data for: Worst-Case Higher Moment Risk Measure: Addressing Distributional Shifts and Procyclicality", https://doi.org/10.34848/IL9XHN, Universidad del Rosario, V1
This paper addresses the inherent procyclicality in widely adopted financial risk measures, such as expected shortfall (ES). We propose an innovative approach utilizing the worst-case higher moment (HM) risk measure, which offers a robust solution to distributional shifts by inco...
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