Oxford business publication features Prof. Oranburg's latest research

Professor Seth Oranburg discusses hyperfunding in his latest article for the Oxford Business Law Blog.

"Hyperfunding is the fundraising of large sums of money in a brief campaign by a company that directly targets consumers or investors via the Internet. In my latest research paper, ‘Hyperfunding,'" writes Oranburg, "I argue that hyperfunding is a new type of corporate finance. Indeed, hyperfunding is the harbinger of a new era of disintermediated finance fueled by technology, personality, and scarcity."

Read “Hyperfunding is harbinger of the new corporate finance.” 

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