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Revision as of 01:16, 1 April 2006

Summary of the chapter

Overview

Liberal Theories of Justice and the Networked Information Economy

Commons-Based Strategies for Human Welfare and Development

Information-Embedded Goods and Tools, Information, and Knowledge

Industrial Organization of HDI-Related Information Industries

Toward Adopting Commons-Based Strategies for Development

Commons-Based Researc for Food and Medicines

Food Security: Commons-Based Agricultural Innovation

Access to Medicines: Commons-Based Straegies for Biomedical Research

Commons-Based Straegies for Development: Conclusion

Sources

Sources cited in the chapter

Other relevant readings

Case Studies

Supporting examples

Counter-examples

Key Concepts