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Decision Making in Crowdfunding Under Risk Analysis

Jun Chen, Long Chen, Chen Qian, Kefan Xie
2018 Proceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences   unpublished
Finally, evolutionary game simulation system is built to simulate the dynamic decision-making behavior in a risk changing environments.  ...  The simulation results demonstrate that the currency exchange rate give great impact on international participant's decision-making behavior in crowdfunding.  ...  Acknowledgement This research is supported by National Social Science Foundation of China (16ZDA039) and scholars academic development program, "big data and business analysis" academic team, Wuhan University  ... 
doi:10.24251/hicss.2018.182 fatcat:qpfeb5xeergbnbda5orepe2lym

Antecedents of Success Rate of Award-Based Crowdfunding: The Case of the "Kickstarter"

Chang Liu, Jinshan Liu
2016 Modern Economy  
Based on the previous studies, this paper applied the theoretical elaboration likelihood model to the in-depth analysis of psychological path of the investors when they made a final investment decision  ...  It was proved that investors would make rational investment decisions when facing high uncertainty characteristics of the target projects.  ...  Therefore, the paper proposes the following proposition: Proposition 2: Some investors will choose the peripheral route to make decisions under the situation when crowdfunding projects are uncertain and  ... 
doi:10.4236/me.2016.73027 fatcat:r753jqf67rcxpbwptz4nx2kfqe

Pricing Decisions on Reward-Based Crowdfunding with Bayesian Review System Facing Strategic Consumers

Yuting Chen, Rong Zhang, Bin Liu
2019 Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society  
Consumers increasingly rely on online reviews to make purchase decisions. However, the crowdfunding nowadays lacks a form type of review system.  ...  Firstly, a Bayesian analysis is established to construct consumers' belief update process in presence of review system.  ...  , and makes his own purchasing decision.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/4592690 fatcat:7ux5c7sflfgnrgnt2clzlaxkya

Success factors in Title III equity crowdfunding in the United States

Stanislav Mamonov, Ross Malaga
2018 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications  
To address this gap in research, we draw on the risk capital framework and we examine the effects of market, execution and agency risks in equity crowdfunding under Title III.  ...  We find that all three types of risks can affect the likelihood of successful fundraising under Title III.  ...  these risks affect investment decision in equity crowdfunding.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.elerap.2017.12.001 fatcat:j3tftyahsrawppzmwni52wilsy

Examination of the Motivations for Equity-based Crowdfunding in an Emerging Market

Shaista Wasiuzzaman, Chong Lee Lee, Ong Hway Boon, Hemalatha Pannir Chelvam
2021 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
Investigation into the influence of both intrinsic and extrinsic motivators on the willingness to support equity crowdfunding shows that the financial motive is insignificant in influencing the decision  ...  This study investigates the various motivations to equity crowdfunding in Malaysia.  ...  In consumer decision making, [56] identify epistemic value as a key factor in influencing decision.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-18762021000200106 fatcat:neipvzsjuzdtnovns2727azdmq

What motivates and deters the 'crowd' in crowdfunding in Malaysia?

Shaista Wasiuzzaman, Hemalatha A/P Pannir Chelvam
2020 Journal of Accounting and Finance in Emerging Economies  
The crowdfunding phenomenon is relatively new in Malaysia and there is a lack of knowledge about the decision making of the 'crowd'.  ...  Implication: This research presents a conceptual framework to describe the influence of perceived values and risk on the success of crowdfunding in Malaysia.  ...  It is therefore important to study the decision making process and perception of risk of these crowdfunders (or supporters).  ... 
doi:10.26710/jafee.v6i1.1095 fatcat:b7urfwld2fchfibehzr5mrq3lu

Credit Risk Evaluation of Forest Farmers under Internet Crowdfunding Mode: The Case of China's Collective Forest Regions

Xiaowo Wu, Jiangwei Tu, Boru Liu, Xi Zhou, Yanxiong Wu
2022 Sustainability  
factors of forest farmers under internet crowdfunding mode, and a credit risk control mechanism is constructed according to the main credit risk factors to effectively improve the risk management and  ...  To effectively quantify and control the credit risk of forest farmers under internet crowdfunding mode, the combined weighting of norm grey correlation, the improved analytic hierarchy process and empirical  ...  solves problems, such as the difficulty in accurately measuring the credit risk under internet crowdfunding mode, integrates the decision-making thinking of different experts to avoid the subjectivity  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14105832 fatcat:gzw6xfyb3ze7riup3qtrpwxijm

Gender differences in the contribution patterns of equity-crowdfunding investors

Ali Mohammadi, Kourosh Shafi
2016 Academy of Management Proceedings  
This pattern seems consistent with a greater risk aversion in female versus male investors.  ...  Using data from the Swedish equity crowdfunding platform FundedByMe, we find that female investors are less likely to invest in the equity of firms that are younger and high tech and have a higher percentage  ...  First, this setting characterizes decision-making under extreme risk relative to prior research settings (e.g., experimental studies, stock market, or pension funds).  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2016.16224abstract fatcat:2uvxz3clm5de7nogy3s3akbo2m

EQUITY CROWDFUNDING AS A TYPE OF PROJECT INVESTING

Dimitar Blagoev, Krasimir Petkov
2019 Trakia Journal of Sciences  
The investment process is explained in the context of creating a portfolio of investments using equity crowdfunding platforms.  ...  The model focuses on the optimization of rate of return, given the risk nature of the financial investment instrument used in collective investment.  ...  The different business models that are used by crowdfunding platforms can be grouped under the following broad categories (29) :  Investment-based crowdfunding (Equity crowdfunding): Companies issue  ... 
doi:10.15547/tjs.2019.s.01.039 fatcat:2rfpygxbfbcrnhppu5gsikvze4

Gender differences in the contribution patterns of equity-crowdfunding investors

Ali Mohammadi, Kourosh Shafi
2017 Small Business Economics  
This pattern seems consistent with a greater risk aversion in female versus male investors.  ...  Using data from the Swedish equity crowdfunding platform FundedByMe, we find that female investors are less likely to invest in the equity of firms that are younger and high tech and have a higher percentage  ...  First, this setting characterizes decision-making under extreme risk relative to prior research settings (e.g., experimental studies, stock market, or pension funds).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11187-016-9825-7 fatcat:4ogk4dlhmvdbzbliaa3oiww6gy

Crowdfunding in a Competitive Environment

Anton Miglo
2020 Journal of Risk and Financial Management  
in equilibrium; (4) Competition increases the chances of using crowdfunding compared to the monopoly case; (5) A non-monotonic relationship exists between the risk of crowdfunding campaign failure and  ...  Crowdfunding has mostly been used to finance very unique projects.  ...  Risk-Averse Entrepreneurs In our model all decision-makers are risk-neutral.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jrfm13030039 fatcat:37u7nagulfgg7hko6riwvxxr2e

Crowdfunding – the Interplay between Evolving Organization and Embedding Institutions

Maria Lissowska
2018 Accounting, Economics, and Law ? A Convivium  
instead of funders, promotes the development of the crowdfunding business, but it does not ensure protection from risk of other parties.  ...  The spontaneous development of strategies by the platforms (pricing and some non-price strategies relating to fundraisers) and recent developments in the direction of automatic decisions taken by the platform  ...  Acknowledgment A previous reduced version of this article was published in Polish by the journal Gospodarka Narodowa of the Warsaw School of Economics (ISSN 2300-5238) available at: http://gospodarkanarodowa.sgh.waw.pl  ... 
doi:10.1515/ael-2017-0032 fatcat:5ckqnpt465auvko2z37ninvniy

Crowdfunding for Financing Wearable Technologies

Fehmi Tanrisever, Karen-Ann Wismans-Voorbraak
2016 2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)  
This research aims to develop a framework to understand and evaluate the quantitative and qualitative implications of various crowdfunding platforms for the entrepreneur and his investment decisions in  ...  We consider a debt financing based platform and examine its operational implications on the entrepreneur's decisions. In addition, we identify the incentive problems that occur in these models.  ...  Under a normally distributed probability density we resort to numerical analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2016.227 dblp:conf/hicss/TanriseverW16 fatcat:yhf23kplezaujjdl4ahqwi3inq

The wisdom of the crowd in funding: information heterogeneity and social networks of crowdfunders

Friedemann Polzin, Helen Toxopeus, Erik Stam
2017 Small Business Economics  
Based on the analysis of a large-scale survey amongst project funders, this paper shows that in-crowd investors rely more on information about the project creator than out-crowd investors.  ...  Outcrowd investors do not seem to attach more importance to information about the project itself than in-crowd investors, except in the case of donation-based crowdfunding.  ...  , and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11187-016-9829-3 fatcat:wskxcidzlngbdb6hnagl5qqhxq

Developing and Validating a Theory-Based Model of Crowdfunding Investment Intention—Perspectives from Social Exchange Theory and Customer Value Perspective

Xiaocong Yang, Kai Zhao, Xiaobo Tao, Eric Shiu
2019 Sustainability  
However, the existing policy scope rarely mentions the importance of social psychology, which also plays a decisive role in determining the participation and success rates of crowdfunding.  ...  investing in crowdfunded projects in China.  ...  Bauer [55] has defined 'perceived risk' as having two elements: uncertainty of decision-making and severity of the incorrect decision.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11092525 fatcat:foe5zg4f4jhfpc7geccif77uwa
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