“Cognitive governance and development of entrepreneurial resources: a study of French equity crowdfunding platforms”

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Read the article “Cognitive governance and development of entrepreneurial resources: a study of French equity crowdfunding platforms” by Ghislaine Garmilis, Associate Professor at Institut Mines-Telecom Business School and Doctor of Management Sciences.

Ghislaine Garmilis is also a member of LITEM. Her research interests focus on professional ethics, corporate governance and crowdfunding.

This article was published in the Revue Française de Gestion, vol.6, n°299, 2021 (HCERES A, FNEGE 2, IMT-BS A). It is co-authored by Johan Bouglet and Olivier Joffre from IRG.

This is a detailed study on the governance practices of equity crowdfunding or collaborative investment platforms. 

Equity crowdfunding consists in the acquisition of an equity stake by the investors.

This paper provides a theoretical framework for cognitive governance mechanisms within platforms. It also offers an empirical study and a detailed analysis, and presents the results of the research. You will find out about the different types of platforms and investor categories.