Some of the questions being addressed in Peereconomy
- On Exchange
- What are some of the methods that peers use to perform transactions and exchanges?
- What are the tools that Peers are using for exchange?
- How does Peereconomy bring us closer to fair exchange?
- What is Peereconomy to the Contribution Economy? Or the Coordination Economy? How are those they same or different?
- On Scale
- What is the state of the Peereconomy now? Where is being used and what does it look like? What are the very best examples? Wy are they the best?
- What's in store for the future? How will the Peereconomy progress towards being an option for more individuals?
- How are Peers able to work together on national or international scales in the face of global competition?
- Are there aspects of the Peereconomy that do not scale well or at all?
- What does Protocol have to do with the Peereconomy?
- Can the Peereconomy completely replace Capitalism? Is that a good idea?
- On Needs
- Can complex physical goods really be produced in the Peereconomy?
- How will the Peer experience differ in the Peereconomy?
- Does the concept of Ownership change in the Peereconomy? How? How does this influence the concept of Peerproperty?
- Are there needs that the Peereconomy cannot meet?
- On Specificity
- What concepts need to be covered in the Peereconomy category?
- How does the Peereconomy relate to Peerproduction? Are they the same thing? How are they different, and where do they overlap? And Peergovernance?
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Full text of the book is available via http://www.peerconomy.org/text/peer-economy.pdf
Introduction: Christian Siefkes on Distributed Commons-based Peer Production as Self-Organized Plenty
- English edition: Christian Siefkes. From Exchange to Contributions: Generalizing Peer Production into the Physical World. Edition C. Siefkes, Berlin, 2007. ISBN 978-3-940736-00-0.
- German translation: Christian Siefkes. Beitragen statt tauschen. Materielle Produktion nach dem Modell Freier Software. AG SPAK Bücher, Neu-Ulm, 2008. ISBN 978-3-930830-99-2. Full text: http://peerconomy.org/text/peer-oekonomie.pdf
- Central site from Christian Siefkes, at http://peerconomy.org/wiki/Main_Page
- Posts tagged as peer-economy from the Keimform Blog (contains articles in German and English).
- Review by Stefan Meretz: Peer Economy: A Transition Concept. Translation of a German-language article from the Vienna journal Streifzüge, No. 41
- Critical review by Stefan Merten: http://en.wiki.oekonux.org/Oekonux/DrawingBoard/PeerconomyReview
- Partial response: Christian Siefkes on the difference between capitalism and the peer economy (an excerpt from this mail)
Presentation of his book
Selections from the P2P Foundation blog
- Effort Sharing vs. Market Allocation
- On the difference between a Peer Economy and a Market Economy
- On Money and State Forms in the Peer Economy
- On possession, not property, as the basis of the Commons
- On Decision Making and Conflict Resolution in Material Peer Production
- On Local Associations for Organizing Material Peer Production
- On Distribution Pools
- On Distributing Effort through Weighting Labor
- On Hint-based Stigmergic Systems
- Understanding Material Peer Production
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Pages in category "Peereconomy"
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