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open source software development, social networks, productivity, social capital, project success, team composition
Movies, Digital Piracy, Theatrical Revenue
Mergers, Directors, Networks, Acquisitions, Interlocks, Boards
user-generated content, opinion leaders, social networks, network growth, proportional hazard model, weighted exogenous sampling
Structural modeling, Dynamics, Enterprise social media, Blog posting, Blog reading, Work-related content, Leisure-related content
Open source software development, social networks, small world networks, collaborative software development, econometrics.
Crowdsourcing, Structural Modeling, Dynamic Learning, Heterogeneity, Econometric analyses, Utility, Ideation, Bayesian Learning
Open source software development, learning, communication, Hidden Markov Model
Recommender Systems, Collaborative Filtering, HMM, Implicit Rating
open source software license, social networks, adoption and diffusion, IT governance, social influence, hierarchical Bayes
Blogs, Employee Blogs, Enterprise 2.0, Blog Reading, Dynamic Models, User Generated Content, Latent Class Models, Hidden Markov Models, Regime Switching Models, Text mining
social networks, network formation, game theory, open source, software, knowledge worker, teams
Business Value of IT, Economics of IS, Econometrics, Physician Referral System, Learning Curves, IT Enabled Call Centers.
Open source software development, Social networks, Efficiency, Stability, communication structure, coordination structure.
knowledge sharing; online knowledge communities; experiential learning; interpersonal similarity; common ground
Social media, Social CRM, Structural Modeling, Oblivious Equilibrium, Web 2.0, Learning by Sharing, Discussion Forums
mobile, mobile apps, copycats, mobile app demand, mobile app competition, mobile applications, iOS
cohesion, knowledge overlap, knowledge transfer, social networks
innovation crowdsourcing, customer support crowdsourcing, information network, new product innovation, natural language processing technique
Crowdsourcing Contests, Superstar Effect, Bayesian Learning, Utility, Economics of Information System, Dynamic Structural Model, Dynamic Programming, Monte Carlo Markov Chain
online knowledge community, herding behavior, community fragmentation, network analysis
blog, employee blogs, bloggers, attribution theory, non-linear models, negative posts, influence
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