|Coase's penguin, or, Linux and The Nature of the Firm|
|Published in||The Yale Law Journal. v.112, n.3, .|
|Keyword(s)||peer production property rights|
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Coase's penguin, or, Linux and The Nature of the Firm is a 2002 journal article written in the paper discusses it as one of the main examples. Despite not mentioning Wikipedia in title or abstract by Yochai Benkler and published in The Yale Law Journal. v.112, n.3, ..
Commons based peer production (e.g., free software) has emerged in the pervasively networked digital information economy as a third method of production which for some projects, has productivity gains, in the form of information and allocation gains, over market and firm-based production.
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