Jaap Van den Herik

Jaap Van den Herik

Prof. Dr. Jaap van den Herik is a Professor of Law and Computer Science at the Faculty of Law of the Universiteit Leiden, Leiden and Professor of Computer Science at the Faculty of Humanities of Tilburg University, Tilburg.




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Articles and Video:

Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution, Part 3 (01/01/12)
Using crowdsourcing for solving disputes is a subject that has not been discussed in many scientific publications. However, since Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (CODR) provides a cheap, fast, and democratic dispute resolution, it has a potential that needs to be explored scientifically. How should eBay solve otherwise 60 millions disputes per year? (This is a Part 3 in a 3-part series.)

Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution, Part 2 (11/28/11)
Using crowdsourcing for solving disputes is a subject that has not been discussed in many scientific publications. However, since Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (CODR) provides a cheap, fast, and democratic dispute resolution, it has a potential that needs to be explored scientifically. This article discusses the stages of CODR.

Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (10/31/11)
Using crowdsourcing for solving disputes is a subject that has not been discussed in many scientific publications. However, since Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (CODR) provides a cheap, fast, and democratic dispute resolution, it has a potential that needs to be explored scientifically. This article is by Daniel Dimov and Prof. Jaap van den Herik.