Together with David Roethler, we are conducting a study about crowd-funding schemes in the cultural and creative industries sector in Europe on behalf of the European Expert Network on Culture (EENC), a network set-up by the European Commission.
The study shall provide recommendations concerning the potential regulation of crowd-funding schemes at the European and the national level. In particular, we are interested in crowdfunding with financial rewards, such as through micro-investments or micro-credits.
If you want to contribute to the study, please answer our survey at http://bit.ly/crowdfunding_experts. The deadline for responses is 22nd of August.
Issues that we want to address are:
- Legal status of crowdfunding platforms
- Legal status of crowdfunding investors
- Cross-border access to crowdfunding
- Application of financial markets regulation towards crowdfunding
- Policy recommendations for regulation
From the people participating in the survey, we will compile a list of crowdfunding experts in Europe. If you answer our survey, please include a little bit of a background so we can contact you again for the crowdfunding expert list before publishing it.
We will also contribute to a crowdsourced matrix on business crowdfunding at Socialcompare.com. Feel free to add information there. There also similar tables on Alternative Money Schemes and Crowdfunding for creative purposes.
Hello, I searched this website on internet.
We are group of students from South Korea.
We are doing a research on the crowd funding especially in Europe.
We hope to provide sound direction for crowd funding in Korea.
If you could share your knowledge and expertise, it would be very helpful.
Will be waiting for your reply
Have a nice day
Is the study already available somewhere or is it just being conducted? If it is not yet available when will it be published?
I am sorry to tell you that the study is still for the solely use of the European Commission. We would very much like to publish it…