全部文献期刊会议图书|学者科研项目
中外文文献  中文文献  外文文献
作者:Daniel Gooch , Ryan M. Kelly , Alexandra Stiver ...
来源:[J].International Journal of Human - Computer Studies(IF 1.415), 2020, Vol.134, pp.33-43
摘要:... In this paper, we describe our exploration of crowdfunding as an alternative approach to funding community-led projects in the context of digital civics. Through our analysis of four community-led crowdfunding projects, we demonstrate that crowdfunding can a) provide an alter...
作者:Matthew J. Renwick , Elias Mossialos
来源:[J].Social Science & Medicine(IF 2.733), 2017
摘要:Abstract(#br)Crowdfunding is an expanding form of alternative financing that is gaining traction in the health sector. This article presents a typology for crowdfunded health projects and a review of the main economic benefits and risks of crowdfunding in the health market. We us...
作者:Michael T. Solotke , Nicole Brussel Faria , Hasna Karim ...
来源:[J].Contraception(IF 3.09), 2020
摘要:Abstract(#br)Objectives(#br)To examine the use of crowdfunding to pay for abortion services for individuals in the United States.(#br)Study Design : Cross-sectional analysis of data abstracted from publicly available campaigns for abortion services on four major crowdfunding site...
作者:Shaofu Du , Jing Peng , Tengfei Nie ...
来源:[J].European Journal of Operational Research(IF 2.038), 2020, Vol.284 (3), pp.951-966
摘要:Abstract(#br)With consideration of the ambiguity and overfunding effects, this study develops generalized models to compare the sequential and simultaneous mechanisms in reward-based crowdfunding. Ambiguity effect is a negative psychological perception of customers since the...
作者:Xu Guan , Wan-Jiang Deng , Zhong-Zhong Jiang ...
来源:[J].Decision Support Systems(IF 2.201), 2020, Vol.131
摘要:Abstract(#br)This paper studies a reward-based crowdfunding game wherein the creator first collects money through an E-crowdfunding platform and then, if successful, invests the raised money to fund promotional activities via online retailing. We derive the creator's equilibrium ...
作者:Yung-Ming Li , Jyh-Hwa Liou , Yi-Wen Li
来源:[J].Information & Management(IF 1.663), 2019
摘要:Abstract(#br)In recent years, a new kind of fundraising mode known as crowdfunding has gradually emerged. Because of the rapid spread of the internet, people can offer their creative ideas on a fundraising platform and attract mass backers to invest in their projects. Crowdfunding...
作者:Lauren S. Berliner , Nora J. Kenworthy
来源:[J].Social Science & Medicine(IF 2.733), 2017
摘要:Abstract(#br)For Americans experiencing illnesses and disabilities, crowdfunding has become a popular strategy for addressing the extraordinary costs of health care. The political, social, and health consequences of austerity--along with fallout from the 2008 financial colla...
作者:Chi Zhang , Pietro Elia Campana , Chengxi Liu ...
来源:[J].Applied Energy(IF 4.781), 2019, Vol.255
摘要:Abstract(#br)This paper studies the role of potential investors in financing renewable energy systems—specifically, relating to crowdfunding as a financing mechanism, with the enhancement of internet and social-media tools. The research question in this study is whether crowdfunding...
作者:Jeremy Snyder , Annalise Mathers , Valorie A. Crooks
来源:[J].Social Science & Medicine(IF 2.733), 2016, Vol.169, pp.27-30
摘要:Abstract(#br)Crowdfunding involves raising money from large groups of individuals, often through the use of websites dedicated to this purpose. Crowdfunding campaigns aimed at raising money to pay for expenses related to receiving medical treatment are receiving increased media a...
作者:Nuno Bento , Gianfranco Gianfrate , Marco Horst Thoni
来源:[J].Journal of Cleaner Production(IF 3.398), 2019, Vol.237
摘要:... Crowdfunding has opened a new possibility for closing such funding gap. This study investigates the role of crowdfunding as a creative source of capital for ventures with sustainable orientation. The analysis seeks to understand to what extent project characteristics influenc...

我们正在为您处理中,这可能需要一些时间,请稍等。

资源合作:cnki.scholar@cnki.net, +86-10-82896619   意见反馈:scholar@cnki.net

×