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Yongsung's Talk Nov 18 2015

YS's presentation on delays, trust, and failure in delivering rewards. The goal is for this to inform the design a tool to reduce this problem.

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Leesha Maliakal — variables

Also, have you thought about the different dimensions of delay? For example, a delay of 1 month may have a less severe impact on trust than an 8 month delay.

3 years ago

Daniel Rees Lewis - You might want to break this variable up into (somewhat arbitrary but reasonable) categories -- does any of your interview data speak to this to help you do this?

3 years ago

Daniel Rees Lewis - Matt say: use a continuous variable as "statistically this is better"

3 years ago

Leesha Maliakal — General

If backers are less likely to fund projects in general after experiencing delay, how do you think trust has evolved over time? Has there been any parallel decrease in funding over time? I feel like you might see this if ~70% of projects were delayed.

3 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

another possibility for new technology is to design a crowdfunding-centric reputation system based on past projects

3 years ago

Matt Easterday — Motivation

part 2 is interesting too!

3 years ago

Daniel Rees Lewis - Also -- how Forbes is comparing VC funding and crowdfunding: http://www.forbes.com/sites/chancebarnett/2015/06/09/trends-show-crowdfunding-to-surpass-vc-in-2016/

3 years ago

Emily Harburg — General

Might be more specific about what you mean by "crowdfunders" in RQ2 - I wasn't sure if that meant the person asking for money or the backers. #warning #lookout

3 years ago

Alex Sher — Motivation

I like the idea of looking at how failure is perceived - it could be interested looking if failure of a project is perceived differently if people have already had a few successful campaigns vs if they're doing it for the first time

3 years ago

Emily Harburg — Motivation

I love the idea of looking at both how if affects those giving funding and their experience of the delays, as well as those receiving funds and how the delay effects their experience. Look at both sides of RQ2!

3 years ago

Daniel Rees Lewis — Motivation

Can you use the other funding models (e.g. VCs) as a comparison -- what happens if funding in these contexts don't get delivered on? How is crowdfunding different?
#trythis

3 years ago

Natalia Smirnov — General

Maybe frame your questions as part of a larger DESIGN questions... How might be build a support system for project starters to deliver their projects on time and mediate expectations of crowd funders? #trythis

3 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

right now, doesn't seem like the data is saying it's ok to be delayed, so maybe a tool to reduce delay isn't so important (but preventing failure yes) #warning

3 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

the project "the contender card game" people just wrote up a detailed post-mortem of how to do a successful campaign that mentions a lot of the difficulties of getting a project done on time

3 years ago

Matt Easterday — Motivation

may need to slightly tweak the questions because it's both about crowdfunders and campaigners

3 years ago

Natalia Smirnov — General

#Beyonce
#nice

3 years ago

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Natalia Smirnov - Lies. The song is by Aaliyah -_- #shame

3 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

wanted to know more about what causes delays -- seems like there should be many more reasons #lookout

3 years ago

Daniel Rees Lewis — Motivation

Compared to your previous version I think that your motivation is much stronger. The example about litigation was nice and spoke to me.
#nice

3 years ago

Matt Easterday - yeah -- i think the lawsuit anecdote was compelling and the "1 bad apple"

3 years ago

Matt Easterday — Motivation

I think the research questions are clear and well motivated! #nice

3 years ago

Natalia Smirnov — Motivation

Nice set-up for how delay in rewards compromises trust! #good

3 years ago

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