Relevant Work

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We discover multiple links and papers, and often share and discuss them on Slack. However, because of the chat interface, those links are lost. As a work around, we're creating this page where all relevant links, papers or articles can be saved. It would be easy to find relevant work later, and I hope you all find it useful. Feel free to add categories or sections as you feel fit. Thanks.

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Relevant work about Open Gov

  1. Model DCO Template SWARM [1]
  2. Crowdsourcing and Open Innovation: A Study of Amazon Mechanical Turk and Apple iOS [2]
  3. Laboratories of Oligarchy? How The Iron Law Extends to Peer Production [3]
  4. Participation and Contribution in Crowdsourced Surveys [4]
  5. Making the Decision to Decentralize [5]
  6. Distributed Gov White Paper [6]

Relevant work about Micro+Macro

Time Scheduled Links

Links to events or surveys which expire before a certain time/date. Always mention the deadline time/date along with the link. Once the deadline has expired, move the link to the appropriate category, in order to avoid congesting this list with expired events or surveys

  1. May 8th 2015 Education on Air Join for free online conference on May 8th and 9th, 2015 [7]

Uncategorized Papers

  1. Reputation Inflation: Evidence from an Online Labor Market [8]
  2. Walter Lasecki, Information Extraction and Manipulation Threats in Crowd-Powered Systems (CSCW 2014) [9]
  3. Networks in Labor Markets: Wage and Employment Dynamics and Inequality [10]
  4. We Are Dynamo: Overcoming Stalling and Friction in Collective Action for Crowd Workers [11]
  5. The Future of Crowd Work [12]
  6. Shepherding the Crowd: An Approach to More Creative Crowd Work [13]
  7. Mechanical Turk is Not Anonymous [14]
  8. Crowds in Two Seconds: Enabling Realtime Crowd-Powered Interfaces [15]
  9. Analytic Methods for Optimizing Realtime Crowdsourcing [16]
  10. TurkBench (CHI2015) [17]
  11. Google’s Hybrid Approach to Research [18]

Uncategorized Articles

  1. Design notes for a future crowd work market [19]
  2. AMT on Quora [20]

Uncategorized Links

  1. Walter Lasecki, Projects page [21]
  2. Ksetyadi's Turkopticon Extractor [22]
  3. Assembly: collaborative product creation platform with shared ownership [23]
  4. MTurk Resources for Indian Turkers [24]
  5. MTurk Tracker [25]
  6. Global MTurk Worker Map [26]
  7. Turkopticon [27]