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4 Resources on Virtual Public Goods

I hadn't really thought much about virtual public goods until I read this article 'People may become less likely to contribute to a virtual public good like Waze if they know many others are already doing it'.

It reminded me of this (very old) article that discusses Wikipedia and the blurry line between its consumers and its contributors. This video from MRUs 'Economists in the Wild' series is also prettyinteresting, looking at what motivates experts to contribute to Wikipedia, and there's an accompanying MCQ assignment too.

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