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Re: [ox-en] Re: Role of markets

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On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 5:54 PM, Paul Cockshott <wpc> wrote:

Michel Bauwens wrote:

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I dont have a triarchy of forms of ownership, I just gave 3 examples and
said that these were the stable forms for industrial production. More
generally I would put forward a 16 fold division of property rights.

Who owns what is the basic question which must be answered by any system of
erty law.

 - how would you characterize trusts?

What kind of trust?

For example: " *stakeholder trusts can
achieve things that neither government nor markets can: responsible and
equitable long-term management of a shared resource*"

After the invention of industrial technologies  which need the co-operation
of a large group of people using expensive equipment to produce things,
there are only three possible forms of property relations that can

 1. Private capitalist industry
 2. Publicly owned industry
 3. Producer Co-operatives

rereading your original 'there are only 3 forms that can reproduce
themselves', I think this is not correct, there must be others in your 16

here's how peer production, through its licensing regime, reproduces itself:

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