Posts Tagged: capital

On the role of Platform Based Peer Production and the Commons in the dynamics of Innovation

I recently wrote this article for Spanda Journal: it explores the hypothesis that cognitive capitalism and peer production can coexist in the perspective of an abundant economy, refusing the perspective that puts capitalism and private enterprise in direct confrontation with open, participative and cooperative ownership and governance models.

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On the role of Platform Based Peer Production and the Commons in the dynamics of Innovation

I recently wrote this article for Spanda Journal: it explores the hypothesis that cognitive capitalism and peer production can coexist in the perspective of an abundant economy, refusing the perspective that puts capitalism and private enterprise in direct confrontation with open, participative and cooperative ownership and governance models.

On Capital, emerging Narratives and the Collaborative Transformation

I recently had the chance to dig deep into the role of capital and capitalism in the collaborative transformation. I’m doing this quest because at OuiShare Fest 2015 – which is approaching really fast – I will be looking after the program, and more specifically after a couple of tracks, mostly those related to capital and corporates.

On Capital, emerging Narratives and the Collaborative Transformation

I recently had the chance to dig deep into the role of capital and capitalism in the collaborative transformation. I’m doing this quest because at OuiShare Fest 2015 – which is approaching really fast – I will be looking after the program, and more specifically after a couple of tracks, mostly those related to capital and corporates.