The increased interdependence and complexity of modern societies have increased the need to involve all members of a community into solving problems. In times of great uncertainty, when communities face threats of different kinds and magnitudes, the traditional top-down approach where government provides solely for community wellbeing is no longer plausible.
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- Smith, Kendra (Author)
- Ramos, Isabel (Author)
- Desouza, Kevin (Author)
- College of Public Service and Community Solutions (Contributor)
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Smith, K. L., Ramos, I., & Desouza, K. C. (2016). Economic Resilience and Crowdsourcing Platforms. Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management, 12(3). doi:10.4301/s1807-17752015000300006