Posts Tagged: MoneyLab toolkit
Crowdfunding theory under construction – report from Amsterdam’s first academic research seminar
What is certainly true about the relatively new phenomenon of crowdfunding is that theory lacks behind practice. Should you happen to work with the former, it is furthermore difficult to be aware of other academic and research projects on the topic, since many are undergoing and yet to be published. In this context, the initiative [...]
Visualizing crowdfunding and beyond
Irina Enache and Robert van Boeschoten introduced MoneyLab’s interactive Crowdfunding Visual Toolkit to the audience during the seventh session on the final day of the conference. Enache is an alternative revenue models researcher for the Institute of Network Cultures, specifically for the Moneylab project, and Van Boeschoten is a lecturer at Universiteit voor Humanistiek, with [...]
MoneyLab blog is live!
A month ago we officially announced the launch of MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives. What is MoneyLab? The Institute of Network Culture‘s latest project considers digital experiments with revenue models, payment systems and currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic decline. It aims to critically explore, map and probe the politics, inner-workings and governance of these alternative digital-economic forms. [...]