This week we didn’t had any meetings with Voordekunst. This has to do with the fact that the people at Voordekunst are really busy at the moment, but instead of face-to-face contact we had a lot of email trafficking this week. We are currently looking for relevant articles for our research and for the survey that we will be conducting. At first it seems easy to find literature for our research but once you dig a little deeper for literature that really has something in it that you can actually use, you will be disappointed. This has to do with what I think the reason is, is that our research question is raising a lot of questions on a scientific area that yet has to be discovered or to be explored. Our research question is focusing on if Voordekunst can offer an extra service for the donators who donated three times or more. Well you might think that is awesome, you are actually filling a gap in the literature. Well that might be the case at some point, by which I mean at the very end of our research, but certainly not now. Because finding so little relevant literature can be very frustrating for a research where you don’t have the time to conduct it to the extent that is really filling a scientific gap. But this shows that there is still a lot to learn from crowdfunding and that even though it may seem that there is a lot of information about it out there, there is still much room for additional literature. So if you ever feel the urge to conduct your own research you might have a good topic on your hands here. I will try to keep you updated on my quest for relevant scientific literature.