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YochaiBenkler 24 Sep 08
thesis that property and markets are the roots of all growth and productivity.
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YochaiBenkler 24 Sep 08
the conceptual nuance required to acknowledge its importance ran against the grain of the increasingly dominant
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YochaiBenkler 24 Sep 08
Despite the continued importance of nonproprietary production in information as a practical matter,
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YochaiBenkler 23 Sep 08
that can be captured and that drive innovation, without need for proprietary strategies of appropriation.
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YochaiBenkler 23 Sep 08
is in most industries not based on proprietary claims of exclusion, but on improved efficiencies and customer relations
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YochaiBenkler 23 Sep 08
Perhaps most surprisingly, even industrial research and development, while market oriented,
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YochaiBenkler 22 Sep 08
Political and theological discourses are thoroughly based in nonmarket forms and motivations.
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YochaiBenkler 21 Sep 08
social-psychological motivations rather than market appropriation.
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YochaiBenkler 21 Sep 08
The arts and sciences are replete with voluntarism and actions oriented primarily toward
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YochaiBenkler 20 Sep 08
infused with nonproprietary motivations, social relations, and organizational forms.
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YochaiBenkler 20 Sep 08
The education system, from kindergarten to doctoral programs, is thoroughly
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YochaiBenkler 20 Sep 08
First, the baseline conception that proprietary strategies are dominant in our information production system is overstated.
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YochaiBenkler 20 Sep 08
This book began with four economic observations.
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YochaiBenkler 19 Sep 08
to enforce these conceptions as practiced reality, even when they need not be.
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YochaiBenkler 19 Sep 08
Our institutional frameworks reflect these conceptual models of information production and exchange, and have come, over the past few years,
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YochaiBenkler 18 Sep 08
and starkly separate production from consumption.
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YochaiBenkler 18 Sep 08
and practice of capital-intensive information and cultural production practices that emphasize proprietary, market-based models
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YochaiBenkler 18 Sep 08
Our conceptions of human agency, collective deliberation, and common culture in these societies are embedded in the experience
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YochaiBenkler 17 Sep 08
professional commercial core and a dispersed, relatively passive periphery.
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YochaiBenkler 17 Sep 08
Our theories about how effective communications in complex societies are achieved center on market-based, proprietary models, with a
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