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Volumes > Volume 6 > No. 6-3S


Crowdsourcing for Open Innovations

PP: 741-747
Weiwei Ye, Pingping Xu, Yunhua Jia, Fen Jiang,
Under very complex environment, innovation-oriented crowdsourcing is becoming critical because it is not only the result of cumulative dynamic interaction involving many stakeholders, but also is a social, spatially embedded, and interactive learning process that cannot be understood independently of its institutional and cultural context. Bringing together different crowdsoursing phenomena, this paper firstly converges on classification model which highlights four main modes of crowdsoursing. Then this paper discusses possible management mechanisms to support prevalent crowdsourcing for open innovation. Several references for developing countries to initiate innovation oriented crowdsourcing are also provided in this paper.

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