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CrowdServ – Konzept für ein hybrides Entscheidungsunterstützungssystem zur Validierung von Geschäftsmodellen, , , and . Dienstleistungsinnovationen durch Digitalisierung, Band 2: Prozesse ‐ Transformation ‐ Wertschöpfungsnetzwerke, Springer Gabler, Germany, Berlin/Heidelberg, (September 2021)Entrepreneurship at the Interface: How Crowdsourcing Can Support Opportunity Creation, , and . Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM), Atlanta, Georgia, USA, (2017)Design principles for a hybrid intelligence decision support system for business model validation., , , and . CoRR, (2021)Managing Initial Coin Offerings: Towards a Taxonomy of ICO Processes., , and . HICSS, page 1-10. ScholarSpace, (2019)The Future of Human-AI Collaboration: A Taxonomy of Design Knowledge for Hybrid Intelligence Systems., , , , , and . HICSS, page 1-10. ScholarSpace, (2019)Crowd-based Incubation: A new Pathway to Support Entrepreneurship, , and . ISPIM Innovation Conference, Vienna, Austria, (2017)Radically rethinking the way crowdfunding works: the case of JumpStartFund and the Hyperloop, , , , and . International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, 11 (6): 598-619 (2019)Designing for Crowdfunding Co-creation: How to Leverage the Potential of Backers for Product Development, , , , and . Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE), 62 (6): 483-499 (January 2020)Finding the Unicorn: Predicting Early Stage Startup Success through a Hybrid Intelligence Method, , , , and . International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Seoul, South Korea, (2017)Design principles for a hybrid intelligence decision support system for business model validation, , , and . Electronic Markets, 29 (3): 423–441 (2018)