Understanding emerging business models in MOOCs

Using a panel dataset of 35 MOOC platforms composed of roughly 6,000 MOOCs and 1,000 educational partners during 2012-2016, the following work studies business model innovation dynamics in the MOOCs evolution space. Rothe, Täuscher and Basole (ECIS 2018), Competition between platform ecosystems: a longitudinal study of MOOC platforms Platforms with an initial ecosystem advantage (such … Continue reading Understanding emerging business models in MOOCs

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Participants ≠ Population in on-demand services, and an example from architecture

In a recent co-authored paper, we conceptually and technically characterize the simple idea that the participants in every on-demand crowdsourcing setting have a choice to participate and they only compete with the rest agents who also choose to participate (as opposed to the whole population). Since participation is a decision of the players themselves who … Continue reading Participants ≠ Population in on-demand services, and an example from architecture