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Do Crowds have the Wisdom to Self-Organize ?

@inproceedings{Blasco2013DoCH,
  title={Do Crowds have the Wisdom to Self-Organize ?},
  author={Andrea Blasco and K. Boudreau},
  year={2013}
}
The “self-organizing” of online crowds—or workers, more generally— into teams is a non-trivial problem of coordination and matching, in a context in which other parties are simultaneously competing for partners. Here, we experimentally investigate the capacity for workers in online crowds to self-organize into teams, within a scientific crowdsourcing contest. We compare matching outcomes and performance to those in a comparison group in which we eliminate the coordination and matching problem… Expand
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