From Exchange to Contributions
|From Exchange to Contributions|
|Publisher:||Edition C. Siefkes|
|Print version for purchase:||http://www.amazon.com/Exchange-Contributions-Generalizing-Production-Physical/dp/3940736007|
"While Benkler has identified social production and peer production as important phenomena, he appears to consider them relevant only for certain niches of production, such as information goods. In this text we will discuss whether this limitation to niches—even important niches such as information goods—is justified or whether it under- estimates the potential of peer production. To put it in other words: Is a society possible in which peer production is the primary mode of production? If so, how could such a society be organized?"