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Governing Markets as Knowledge Commons (eBook)

Edited by: Erwin Dekker, Pavel Kuchař

ISBN13: 9781108696425
Published: December 2021
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Knowledge commons facilitate voluntary private interactions in markets and societies. These shared pools of knowledge consist of intellectual and legal infrastructures that both enable and constrain private initiatives. This volume brings together theoretical and empirical approaches that develop and apply the Governing Knowledge Commons framework to the evolution of various kinds of shared knowledge structures that underpin exchanges of goods, services, and ideas.

Chapters offer vivid and illuminating case studies that illustrate this conceptual framework. How did pooling scientific knowledge enable the Industrial Revolution? How do social networks underpin the credit system enabling the Agra footwear market? How did the market category Scotch whisky emerge and who has access to it? What is the potential of blockchain-ledgers as shared knowledge repositories? This volume demonstrates the importance of shared knowledge in modern society.

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Introduction. Governing markets as knowledge commons
Erwin Dekker and Pavel Kuchař
1. The contribution good as the foundation of the industrial revolution
Terence Kealey and Martin Ricketts
2. On the social evolution of knowledge
Renée Prendergast
3. Individual sovereignty and coproduction of knowledge governance
Edward J. López
4. Common sense commons: the case of commonsensical social norms
Brett Frischmann
5. Conventions as shared cognitive infrastructures
Young Back Choi
6. Property rights, knowledge commons, and blockchain governance
Darcy W. E. Allen, Chris Berg, Sinclair Davidson, and Jason Potts
7. Knowledge commons, social infrastructures, and informal markets: the case of informal trade credit in India
Yugank Goyal
8. Entrepreneurship and governance in the Scotch whisky knowledge commons
Michelle Albert Vachris and Kyle Vachris
9. Trolling in the deep: managing transgressive content on online platforms as a commons
Julien Gradoz and Raphaël Raux
10. Crowdfunding the Queer Museum: a polycentric identity quarrel
Carolina Dalla Chiesa
11. Understanding different qualities of the knowledge commons in contemporary cities
Youn Sun Won and Arjo Klamer

Series: Cambridge Studies on Governing Knowledge Commons

Governing Markets as Knowledge Commons ISBN 9781108483599
Published December 2021
Cambridge University Press
Governing Privacy in Knowledge Commons ISBN 9781108485142
Published March 2021
Cambridge University Press
Governing Medical Knowledge Commons ISBN 9781316601006
Published October 2017
Cambridge University Press