Open Design Commons and Distributed Manufacturing – Commons Transition Wiki

Building a social knowledge economy through the open design commons and distributed manufacturingContents [hide] 1 Introduction to the Commons Transition Version2 Document structure3 Introduction: the concept and forms of the knowledge economy4 A critique of cognitive capitalism4.1 Intellectual property rights and their supposed role in cognitive capitalism4.2 A synopsis of empirical evidence on the effect of restrictive intellectual property regimes on innovation and productivity4.3 The real function of intellectual property rights in cognitive capitalism: how do capitalist firms actually use them?5 Alternatives to capitalist models5.1 The real enablers of innovation5.2 The FLOK model6 Knowledge commons in the secondary sector of the economy6.1 Case-study 1: RepRap6.2 Case-study 2: Wikispeed7 General principles for policy making8 The policy setting9 Policy recommendations10 References11 Footnotes

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