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1 Designing A Constitution for a Self-Governing Crowdsourcing Marketplace

@inproceedings{Whiting20171DA,
  title={1 Designing A Constitution for a Self-Governing Crowdsourcing Marketplace},
  author={Mark E. Whiting and Dilrukshi Gamage and Shirish Goyal and Aaron Gilbee and Dinesh and Majeti and Angela Richmond-Fuller and Mohamed Hashim Salih and Tejas Seshadri and Sarma and Vinayak Mathur and Manoj Pandey and Snehalkumar `Neil' Gaikwad and Rajan and Vaish and Michael S. Bernstein},
  year={2017}
}
Paid crowdsourcing platforms such as Upwork and Amazon Mechanical Turk must jointly serve workers, requesters, and platform owners. However, design and governance decisions tend to be made only by the owners, and in the business interests of the requesters, so the many stakeholders’ issues often remain unaddressed. In response to the resulting frustration and power imbalances, platform users created external tools for communication and platform monitoring [Irani and Silberman 2013], as… Expand
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