Kristina Risom Jespersen receives support for pilot project at the Cultural Heritage Cluster

2020.01.24 | Birgitte Højklint Nielsen

Associate Professor Kristina Risom Jespersen has received support from the DeIC National eScience Centre for her project entitled “The Danish co-creative innovation culture since 2005” at The Cultural Heritage Cluster.

The project aims to analyse the Danish co-creation culture since 2005 through an analysis of corporate and public organisations’ use of crowdsourcing together with the crowd willingness to respond and engage in innovation projects. The result of the project will be a nuanced diagnose of the inherited cultural behaviour for co-creation digitally, which can help us understand which motivators can be applied successfully in order to release the Danish innovative potential.    

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