A Reputation-Based Incentive Mechanism for a Crowdsourcing Platform for Financial Awareness

@inproceedings{Katmada2016ARI,
  title={A Reputation-Based Incentive Mechanism for a Crowdsourcing Platform for Financial Awareness},
  author={Aikaterini Katmada and Anna Satsiou and Yiannis Kompatsiaris},
  booktitle={IFIN/ISEM@INSCI},
  year={2016}
}
This paper presents the design of an incentive mechanism for the so-called PROFIT platform, a crowdsourcing (CS) platform that seeks to promote financial awareness and capability. More specifically, a reputation-based incentive scheme with gamification and social elements, which offers a mix of both implicit and explicit rewards to the most contributive users of the platform, is being proposed here. The incentive mechanism has been designed in a way to appeal to the various different motives of… 
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