Evolution of co-production in the information age: crowdsourcing as a model of web-based co-production in Korea

  title={Evolution of co-production in the information age: crowdsourcing as a model of web-based co-production in Korea},
  author={M. Jae Moon},
  journal={Policy and Society},
  pages={294 - 309}
  • M. Moon
  • Published 3 July 2018
  • Political Science
  • Policy and Society
Abstract Revisiting the concept and typology of co-production, this study discusses web-based co-production and crowdsourcing of public services, in particular, how information communication technology changes the nature of co-production and how citizens and governments collaborate in designing and producing public services. With the advent of social media and continued development of web technologies, for example, open government initiatives taken by many countries facilitate web-based… 
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