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A ''shareconomy'' is a concept of an economy based on [[sharing]] - following the principles of [[free software]]. Christian Siefkes coined the term in his book on this topic. The distribution of goods and resources are done based on [[principles of sharing]].
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''Peerconomy'' is a concept of an economy and the organisation of a non-capitalistic society based on [[sharing]] - following the principles of [[free software]]. The distribution of goods and resources are done based on [[principles of sharing]].
  
The concept extends the concept of [[commons-based peer-production]] from information economy to economy in general.
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Christian Siefkes coined the term in his book on this topic for his ideas on how to extend the concept of [[commons-based peer-production]] (Yochai Benkler) from information economy "into the physical world".
  
 
== Literature ==
 
== Literature ==

Revision as of 02:58, 3 December 2008

Peerconomy is a concept of an economy and the organisation of a non-capitalistic society based on sharing - following the principles of free software. The distribution of goods and resources are done based on principles of sharing.

Christian Siefkes coined the term in his book on this topic for his ideas on how to extend the concept of commons-based peer-production (Yochai Benkler) from information economy "into the physical world".

Literature

Christian Siefkes - From Exchange to Contributions: Generalizing Peer Production into the Physical World (Edition C. Siefkes, Berlin, 2007. CC-by-nc-sa license. ISBN 978-3-940736-00-0)

External links