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Schenk, E., & Guittard, C. (2010). Towards a characterization of crowdsourcing practices. Journal of Innovation Economics, 7(1), 1-20.
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Schenk, E., & Guittard, C. (2010). Towards a characterization of crowdsourcing practices. Journal of Innovation Economics, 7(1), 1-20.

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Chanal, V., & Caron-Fasan, M.-L. (2010). The Difficulties Involved in Developing Business Models Open to Innovation Communities: The Case of a Crowdsourcing Platform. Management, 13(4), 318-340

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Chanal, V., & Caron-Fasan, M.-L. (2010). The Difficulties Involved in Developing Business Models Open to Innovation Communities: The Case of a Crowdsourcing Platform. Management, 13(4), 318-340

Chanal, V., & Caron-Fasan, M.-L. (2010). The Difficulties Involved in Developing Business Models Open to Innovation Communities: The Case of a Crowdsourcing Platform. Management, 13(4), 318-340

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Chanal, V., & Caron-Fasan, M.-L. (2010). The Difficulties Involved in Developing Business Models Open to Innovation Communities: The Case of a Crowdsourcing Platform. Management, 13(4), 318-340

Saldanha, F. P., Cohendet, P., & Pozzebon, M. (2014). Challenging the Stage-Gate Model in Crowdsourcing : The Case of Fiat Mio in Brazil. Technology Innovation Management Review, (September), 28–35.
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Saldanha, F. P., Cohendet, P., & Pozzebon, M. (2014). Challenging the Stage-Gate Model in Crowdsourcing : The Case of Fiat Mio in Brazil. Technology Innovation Management Review, (September), 28–35.

Djelassi, S., & Decoopman, I. (2013). Customers’ Participation in Product Development through Crowdsourcing : Issues and Implications. Industrial Marketing Management, 42(5), 683–692.
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Djelassi, S., & Decoopman, I. (2013). Customers’ Participation in Product Development through Crowdsourcing : Issues and Implications. Industrial Marketing Management, 42(5), 683–692.

Figure #1 – The Crowd Capability of an organization engages the dispersed knowledge of individuals (through structure and content), and then generates (through internal organizational processes) a heterogeneous Crowd Capital resource.  Prpić, J., & Shukla, P. (2013). The Theory of Crowd Capital. Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences #46

Figure #1 – The Crowd Capability of an organization engages the dispersed knowledge of individuals (through structure and content), and then generates (through internal organizational processes) a heterogeneous Crowd Capital resource. Prpić, J., & Shukla, P. (2013). The Theory of Crowd Capital. Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences #46

Lampel, J., Jha, P. P., & Bhalla, A. (2012). How Design Competitions Are Changing Innovation. Academy of Management Perspectives, 26(2), 71–85.

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Lampel, J., Jha, P. P., & Bhalla, A. (2012). How Design Competitions Are Changing Innovation. Academy of Management Perspectives, 26(2), 71–85.

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Whitla, P. (2009). Crowdsourcing and Its Application in Marketing Activities. Contemporary Management Research, 5(1), 15-28
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Whitla, P. (2009). Crowdsourcing and Its Application in Marketing Activities. Contemporary Management Research, 5(1), 15-28