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A decision rule approach for analysing the attractiveness of crowdfunding projects. / Cox, Joe; Nguyen, Thang; Thorpe, Andy; Ishizaka, Alessio; Chakhar, Salem; Meech, Liz.

2016. 1-20 Paper presented at OR58 Annual Conference, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

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Cox J, Nguyen T, Thorpe A, Ishizaka A, Chakhar S, Meech L. A decision rule approach for analysing the attractiveness of crowdfunding projects. 2016. Paper presented at OR58 Annual Conference, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

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title = "A decision rule approach for analysing the attractiveness of crowdfunding projects",
abstract = "The objective of this paper is to analyse the attractiveness of crowdfunding projects. First, a priori and posteriori information are used to assign the projects into a set of ordered attractiveness classes. Subsequently, a well-known multi-criteria sorting method, namely the Dominance-based Rough Set Approach (DRSA), is used to generate a collection of if-then decision rules that permit us to summarise and generalise the information provided to investors. The dataset used for illustration is obtained from the crowdfunding platform Lendwithcare.",
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