Crowdsourced judgement elicitation with endogenous proficiency

  title={Crowdsourced judgement elicitation with endogenous proficiency},
  author={Anirban Dasgupta and Arpita Ghosh},
Crowdsourcing is now widely used to replace judgement or evaluation by an expert authority with an aggregate evaluation from a number of non-experts, in applications ranging from rating and categorizing online content all the way to evaluation of student assignments in massively open online courses (MOOCs) via peer grading. A key issue in these settings, where direct monitoring of both effort and accuracy is infeasible, is incentivizing agents in the 'crowd' to put in effort to make good… CONTINUE READING
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