Crowdfunding Towards the Future: The Need of Different Research Perspectives
Keywords:crowdfunding, future research, methods and contents
Pluralism and usefulness, from a socio-economic and policy point of view, must drive the answer to the question above. We can find some insights for answering from previous published research analysis, and from those insights we can suggest a (partially) new research agenda for the near future.
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