Civic crowdfunding research: Challenges, opportunities, and future agenda

@article{Stiver2015CivicCR,
  title={Civic crowdfunding research: Challenges, opportunities, and future agenda},
  author={Alexandra Stiver and Leonor Barroca and Shailey Minocha and Mike Richards and Dave Roberts},
  journal={New Media \& Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={17},
  pages={249 - 271}
}
Civic crowdfunding is a sub-type of crowdfunding through which citizens, in collaboration with government, fund projects providing a community service. Although in the early stages of development, civic crowdfunding is a promising area for both research and application due to its potential impact on citizen engagement, as well as its influence on the success of a wide range of civic projects ranging from physical structures to amenities and local services. However, the field remains under… 

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