By Dennis Brüntje, Oliver Gajda
Crowdfunding is turning into an more and more well known approach to finance initiatives of each sort and scale. This contributed quantity is without doubt one of the earliest books featuring medical and research-based views of crowdfunding, its improvement, and destiny. the ecu Crowdfunding community (ECN) and its clinical paintings crew, including FGF e.V., invited either researchers and practitioners to give a contribution to this primary cutting-edge edited quantity on crowdfunding in Europe. This ebook contributes to a greater comprehension of crowdfunding, encourages extra basic learn and contributes to a systematization of this new box of analysis. The booklet additionally positive factors specialist contributions by means of practitioners to reinforce and supplement the medical viewpoint. This e-book can be utilized as a tenet and shall enhance type in an rising study field.
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3 In the next step, the 2 In German-speaking countries, the term crowdinvesting is often used to distinguish equity-based crowdfunding from other forms of crowdfunding. 3 July 31, 2014. Crowdfunding: A Literature Review and Research Directions 27 search was continued based on the references cited in the articles. Afterwards, specific terms, such as peer-to-peer online lending, P2P lending, social lending and person-to-person lending were investigated. g. local and international library catalogues and electronic journal catalogues) completed the search.
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