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Re: [ox-en] [INFO] - Coase's Penguin, or Linux and the Nature of the Firm


On Tue 21-Oct-2003 at 01:23:28AM [PHONE NUMBER REMOVED], Adam Moran wrote:

i've been googling and found this

Interesting stuff, Yochai Benkler uses examples that I
expect many of us know well, Wikipedia, K5, /. ... :-)

His central argument (OK, I just skimmed the text!) is
that 'commons based peer production' is more efficient
than prior forms of production and that in order for this
to expand there needs to be less, not more, copyright
(etc) law.

There is a wiki page about him here:

He now seems to be at Yale (not NYU):

I wonder if he is aware of Oekonux? I also wonder if he
would be interested in attending the conference and doing
a presentation?




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