By identifying politically biased language in Encyclopędia Britannica and Wikipedia, Feng Zhu hopes to learn whether professional editors or open-sourced experts provide the most objective entries. Open for comment; 9 Comments posted.
What do you think?07 Jan 2015
For Jim Heskett's readers the issue is not whether to have public disclosure of staff pay, but rather how to do it. What do YOU think? Open for comment; 17 Comments posted.
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The Research Exchange
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Social Adoption Incentives
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