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The value of an electronic knowledge repository depends on the degree to which it offers high quality knowledge to its users. Consequently, firms that use such repositories often implement validation procedures to monitor and ensure the quality of submitted content. However, if perceived as unreasonable or unfair, validation can have the unintended effect of discouraging employee contributions. Drawing on literature in knowledge sharing and organizational justice, we develop hypotheses aboutdoi:10.1109/hicss.2012.396 dblp:conf/hicss/DurcikovaF12 fatcat:dev3lcyiibf3rdac5duvaoq2me