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The network economy is an idea presented by Yochai Benkler in his book ''The Wealth of Networks''. He defines the term as a "new and important cooperative and coordinate action carried out through radically distributed, nonmarket mechanisms that do not depend on proprietary strategies."
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The network economy is an idea presented by [[Yochai Benkler]] in his book ''The Wealth of Networks''. He defines the term as a "new and important cooperative and coordinate action carried out through radically distributed, nonmarket mechanisms that do not depend on proprietary strategies."

Revision as of 01:08, 17 April 2008

The network economy is an idea presented by Yochai Benkler in his book The Wealth of Networks. He defines the term as a "new and important cooperative and coordinate action carried out through radically distributed, nonmarket mechanisms that do not depend on proprietary strategies."