Crowdfunding resources


The Crowdfunding Hub (Amsterdam) –  located at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam, this is a place where knowledge, research and practice on crowdfunding meet. The Hub regularly organizes meetups and recently hosted the first crowdfunding research seminar in The Netherlands.

The European Commission page on Crowdfunding.

The European Crowdfunding Network supports a wide range of initiatives aimed at innovating, representing, promoting and protecting the European crowdfunding industry.

The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has an ongoing research on the topic.

Amsterdam Business School’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation section  is exploring the phenomenon crowdfunding with 10 master’s students and 1 PhD candidate and has started international collaboration with Berkeley‘s (University of California) global crowdfunding project.


Renee Ridgway: Crowdfunding: monetizing the crowd?

Inge Ejbye Sørensen: Crowdsourcing and outsourcing: the impact of online funding and distribution on the documentary film industry in the UK

Ethan Mollick: The dynamics of crowdfunding: an exploratory study

Paul Belleflame, Thomas Lambert, Armin Schwienbacher – Crowdfunding: Tapping the right crowd

Sara Bannerman – Crowdfunding Culture

Pascale Trompette, Valérie Chanal, Cédric Pelissier: Crowdsourcing as a way to access external knowledge for innovation: Control, incentive and coordination in hybrid forms of innovation


A collection of crowdfunding resource on

Crowdfund Insider