Authors Position papers Discussants
Michael Muller*, Sadat Shami, Shion Guha, Werner Geyer Crowd Influences on Employee Engagement: Comparing Influences of Managers, Peers, and Network Friends Benjamin Y. Clark
Marta Poblet
Karin Hansson*, Tanja Aitamurto*, Thomas Ludwig & Neha Gupta  From alienation to relation: Modes of production in crowd work Gwen Shaffer
Carsten Østerlund
Benjamin Y. Clark*, Jeffrey L. Brudney Too Much of a Good Thing? Frequent Flyers and the Implications for the Crowdsourcing & Coproduction of Public Service Delivery Huichuan Xia
Adriana S Vivacqua
Gwen Shaffer* Crowdsourcing open data policies: Measuring impacts and improving outcomes Roei Davidson
Nassim JafariNaim
Huichuan Xia* A Collective Action Inspired Motivation Framework for Crowdsourcing Christopher M. Kelty
Tanja Aitamurto
Jan Ljungberg Orchestrating civic innovation – Crowdsourcing for common good
Christopher M. Kelty*, Seth Erickson* Modes of Participation: An analysis of 102 cases of internet-enabled participation Carsten Østerlund
Enrique Estellés-Arolas
Marta Poblet* and Mari Fitzpatrick Microtasking models and managerial challenges Adriana S Vivacqua
Michael Muller
Carsten Østerlund*, Gabriel Mugar*, Corey Jackson, Kevin Crowston Typologies of learning in open online collaborative communities Nassim JafariNaimi
Benjamin Y. Clark
Maria Carmen Penades Gramage, Adriana S Vivacqua, Marcos R. S. Borgesb, José H. Canós* The role of the public in the improvement of emergency plans Tanja Aitamurto
Gwen Shaffer
 Roei Davidson* Does crowdfunding operate as a standards market or as a status market? Explaining crowdfunding patterns through valuation processes  Marta Poblet
Gabriel Mugar
Nassim JafariNaimi* Participatory Urban Media Huichuan Xia
Gabriel Mugar
Tanja Aitamurto Crowdsourced deliberation: Definition, challenges, future. Enrique Estellés-Arolas
Roei Davidson
Enrique Estellés-Arolas* A task-based crowdsourcing typology Michael Muller
Christopher M. Kelty