Co-production, tools and skills

This has obvious macro implications, as it implies that the propensity to engage in co-production will be higher in societies with higher levels of general education and computer linked communications and in societies where there are fewer social or political barriers to the use of such technologies.

Etgar, 2008 – A descriptive model of the consumer co-production process

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