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From Consumers to Users: Shifting the Deeper Structures of Regulation Toward Sustainable Commons and User Access
(Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, 2000)
Educating for Participation in the Networked Environment
(Oxford Triangle Journals, 2008)
Dynamic remodeling of in-group bias during the 2008 Presidential election
(National Academy of Sciences, 2009)
People often favor members of their own group, while discriminating against members of other groups. Such in-group favoritism has been shown to play an important role in human cooperation. However, in the face of changing ...
Net Regulation: Taking Stock and Looking Forward
(Publication of the University of Colorado School of Law, 2000)
The paper reports on a survey of over 700 bills and public laws passed in Congress in the 1990s in which keywords like "internet," "ecommerce," "Web" or similar terms appear. It maps these occurances as expressions of the ...
Freedom in the Commons: Towards a Political Economy of Information
(Duke University School of Law, 2003)
Some Economics of Wireless Communications
(Harvard University, Harvard Law School, 2002)
Spectrum policy appears to be coming to a turning point. After half a century of criticism from economists, the FCC and Congress seem poised to undertake substantial reform of a system that almost all commentators criticize ...
The Battle Over the Institutional Ecosystem in the Digital Environment
(Association for Computing Machinery, 2001)
Constitutional Bounds of Database Protection: The Role of Judicial Review in the Creation and Definition of Private Rights in Information
(University of California Press, 2000)
In late September of 1999 two committees of the House of Representatives reported to the House two radically different bills for protecting database providers. One bill, H.R. 354, is unconstitutional. The other, H.R. 1858, ...
Intellectual Property and the Organization of Information Production
(Elsevier Science, 2002)
This paper analyzes an area that economic analysis of intellectual property has generally ignored, namely, the effects of intellectual property rights on the relative desirability of various strategies for organizing ...
The Political Economy of Commons
(UPGRADE is published on behalf of CEPIS (Council of European Professional Informatics Societies, <http://www.cepis.org/>) by NOVÁTICA <http://www.ati.es/novatica/>, journal of the Spanish CEPIS society ATI (Asociación de Técnicos de Informática <http://www.ati.es/>)., 2003)
In this article the author defines the structure of the information commons, its sustainability, and its importance for democracy and for individual freedom.