New forms of collaborative innovation and production on the internet : an interdisciplinary perspective / Volker Wittke and Heidemarie Hanekop (editors).

Göttingen : Universitätsverlag Göttingen, 2011.
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Internet -- Social aspects -- Congresses.
Internet -- Economic aspects -- Congresses.
Online social networks -- Congresses.
Business enterprises -- Computer networks -- Congresses.
Information networks -- Congresses.
Cooperation -- Congresses.
User-generated content -- Congresses.
Academic-industrial collaboration -- Congresses.
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The Internet has enabled new forms of large-scale collaboration. Voluntary contributions by large numbers of users and co-producers lead to new forms of production and innovation, as seen in Wikipedia, open source software development, in social networks or on user-generated content platforms as well as in many firm-driven Web 2.0 services. Large-scale collaboration on the Internet is an intriguing phenomenon for scholarly debate because it challenges well established insights into the governance of economic action, the sources of innovation, the possibilities of collective action and the social, legal and technical preconditions for successful collaboration. Although contributions to the debate from various disciplines and fine-grained empirical studies already exist, there still is a lack of an interdisciplinary approach.
1. New Forms of Collaborative Innovation and Production on the Internet / Volker Wittke and Heidemarie Hanekop
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Collaborative Innovation and Production: Conceptual Debates
2. Customer Co-Creation: Open Innovation with Customers / Frank Piller, Christoph Ihl and Alexander Vossen
3. Governing Social Production / Niva Elkin-Koren
4. Trust Management in Online Communities / Audun Jøsang
5. Building a Reputation System for Wikipedia / Christian Damsgaard Jensen
6. Cooperation in Wikipedia from a Network Perspective / Christian Stegbauer
Firm Driven Collaborative Innovation and Production: Case Studies
7. Managing a New Consumer Culture: "Working Consumers" in Web 2.0 as a Source of Corporate Feedback / Sabine Hornung, Frank Kleemann and G. Günter Voß
8. Prosuming, or when Customers Turn Collaborators: Coordination and Motivation of Customer Contribution / Birgit Blättel-Mink, Raphael Menez, Dirk Dalichau, Daniel Kahnert
9. Role Confusion in Open Innovation Intermediary Arenas / Tobias Fredberg, Maria Elmquist, Susanne Ollila, Anna Yström.
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The origin of this book was a workshop on "New Forms of Collaborative Production and Innovation: Economic, Social, Legal and Technical Characteristics and Conditions" that was held in May 2010 at the Lichtenberg-Kolleg Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of Göttingen"--Acknowledgements.
Includes bibliographical references.
Wittke, Volker, editor.
Hanekop, Heidemarie, editor.
Soziologisches Forschungsinstitut Göttingen.
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