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A Framework for Policy Crowdsourcing


John Prpić


Lulea University of Technology - Faculty of Business Administration, Students

Araz Taeihagh


Singapore Management University

James Melton


Central Michigan University - College of Business Administration

May 5, 2014

Prpić, J., Taeihagh, A., & Melton, J. (2014). A Framework for Policy Crowdsourcing. Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford - IPP 2014 - Crowdsourcing for Politics and Policy.

Abstract:     
What is the state of the literature in respect to Crowdsourcing for policy making? This work attempts to answer this question by collecting, categorizing, and situating the extant research investigating Crowdsourcing for policy, within the broader Crowdsourcing literature. To do so, the work first extends the Crowdsourcing literature by introducing, defining, explaining, and using seven universal characteristics of all general Crowdsourcing techniques, to vividly draw-out the relative trade-offs of each mode of Crowdsourcing. From this beginning, the work systematically and explicitly weds the three types of Crowdsourcing to the stages of the Policy cycle as a method of situating the extant literature spanning both domains. Thereafter, we discuss the trends, highlighting the research gaps, and outline the overlaps in the research on Crowdsourcing for policy, stemming from our analysis.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 16

Keywords: Crowdsourcing, Policy Cycle, Virtual Labor Markets, Open Collaboration, Tournament-Based Collaboration, Agenda Setting, Problem Definition, Policy Design, Policy Implementation, Policy Enforcement, Policy Evaluation


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Date posted: May 6, 2014 ; Last revised: December 17, 2015

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Prpić, John and Taeihagh, Araz and Melton, James, A Framework for Policy Crowdsourcing (May 5, 2014). Prpić, J., Taeihagh, A., & Melton, J. (2014). A Framework for Policy Crowdsourcing. Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford - IPP 2014 - Crowdsourcing for Politics and Policy. . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2433356

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John Prpić
Lulea University of Technology - Faculty of Business Administration, Students ( email )
Sweden
Araz Taeihagh (Contact Author)
Singapore Management University ( email )
School of Social Sciences
90 Stamford Road
Singapore, 178903
Singapore
+65 6828 0627 (Phone)
+65 6828 0423 (Fax)
HOME PAGE: http://socsc.smu.edu.sg/faculty/profile/130431/Araz-TAEIHAGH
James Melton
Central Michigan University - College of Business Administration ( email )
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
United States
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