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Title: Crowded out: how crowdsourcing for startups turned into business as usual
Author(s): Brown, Ross
Mawson, Suzanne
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Keywords: UK
Issue Date: 16-Dec-2015
Date Deposited: 14-Jun-2016
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Brown R & Mawson S (2015) Crowded out: how crowdsourcing for startups turned into business as usual. The Conversation. 16.12.2015.
Abstract: Crowdfunding has been hailed by some as the “democratisation of finance”. To many, it is viewed as a key alternative source of finance where we can all get involved in backing new companies through either donations or the purchase of equity. Unfortunately, it hasn’t quite worked out like that.  Access article on The Conversation website:
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Affiliation: University of St Andrews
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