The Unfolding of the Knowledge Commons 2012-07-22


Use the link to access the full text article from St. Anthony’s International Review, “the only peer reviewed journal of international affairs at the university of Oxford,” available from IngentaConnect. The abstract reads as follows: “This piece reports on some of the significant research and activities within the knowledge commons arena since the publication of Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom's co-edited book Understanding Knowledge as a Commons in 2007. Hess uses this overview to identify major lacunae in the study of the knowledge commons. First, the relationship between local, indigenous knowledge and more globalised forms of knowledge is poorly understood. Second, the principles of local commons have not yet been tested against global commons, which may be characterised by regional inequalities. In both regards, careful case studies are needed to enrich our understanding of the knowledge commons.”



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Date tagged:

07/22/2012, 14:03

Date published:

07/22/2012, 14:46