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Is Wikipedia Inefficient? Modelling Effort and Participation in Wikipedia is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Kevin Crowston, Nicolas Jullien, Felipe Ortega and published in HICSS 2013.

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Concerns have been raised about the decreased ability of Wikipedia to recruit editors and in to harness the effort of contributors to create new articles and imp

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