The University as Constructed Cultural CommonsWashington University Journal of Law and Policy (2009)
This paper examines commons as socially constructed environments built via and alongside intellectual property rights systems. We sketch a theoretical framework for examining cultural commons across a broad variety of institutional and disciplinary contexts, and we apply that framework to the university and associated practices and institutions.
- common pools,
- public goods,
- intellectual property,
- patent pools,
Citation InformationMichael J. Madison. "The University as Constructed Cultural Commons" Washington University Journal of Law and Policy Vol. 30 (2009) p. 365 - 403
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