Scientific and technological knowledge as a global public good: the role of the Internet and the Open Access policies | Zenodo

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Abstract: Currently, a transition towards a knowledge economy is being completed. This paper delimits the fields of knowledge with an immediate economic relevance and confirms their global public good nature. This feature involves the existence of efficient provision problems, whose causes are analysed. Based on that analysis, some proposals to solve such provision problems are gathered, especially referred to the Internet and the Open Access policies


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Tags: oa.benefits oa.advantage oa.development oa.authors oa.knowledge_exchange oa.south oa.sales oa.profits oa.publishers oa.publishing oa.unesco oa.discoverability oa.europe oa.openaire oa.prices oa.sustainability oa.costs oa.economic_impact oa.access oa.knowledge_unlatched oa.public_knowledge oa.encouragement oa.implementation oa.books oa.repositories oa.journals oa.economics_of oa.moocs oa.courseware

Date tagged:

08/08/2018, 06:01

Date published:

08/08/2018, 02:01