This is an important synthesis of ten years of research at the P2P Foundation, on the emerging practices of the new productive communities and the ethical entrepreneurial coalitions that create livelihoods for shared resources. I’m working with Neal Gorenflo of Shareable on a more accessible version for a broader public, but this one is for the peer to peer / commons community. Thanks for especially diffusing and spreading this one!
For a mode of production and value creation that is free, fair and sustainable!
Written by Michel Bauwens, Berlin, October 23, 2015, for the Uncommons conference