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One knows this is not a CS article when the conclusion is multiple pages long ;-)

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To the extent peer production has thrived, it has continued to rely on the corporate firm to supply (and capture) its economics. Rather than diminishing the stature of the firm, ...

Maybe not so surprising given firms has had at least a hundred years to perfect that skill.

Rather than continually adding restrictions, peer production licensing regimes might be rethought from the ground up to cultivate a deeper reciprocity.

Not sure if licensing is the issue here, but rather reciprocity between people. Neoliberalism overall has been very good at stockpiling wealth at the top of the pyramid at the expense of everyone else.

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