[okfn-coord] Fwd: [Communia-members] OPEN MODELS IN KNOWLEDGE INTENSIVE SECTORS, EURAM 2009

Jordan S Hatcher jordan at opencontentlawyer.com
Sat Dec 13 21:45:30 UTC 2008

How about something related to open data?

If we put something together (no matter the topic), I can block out  
some time to do a joint paper and handle any of the legal issues  
(assuming there are some).

On 13 Dec 2008, at 15:15, Jonathan Gray wrote:

> Should we put something in for this?
> J.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: lorenzo benussi <lorenzo.benussi at unito.it>
> Date: Sat, Dec 13, 2008 at 11:50 AM
> Subject: [Communia-members] OPEN MODELS IN KNOWLEDGE INTENSIVE
> To: communia-members at lists.communia-project.eu
> I warmly apologize for cross posting
> ---------------------
> EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT Conference 2009 - www.euram2009.org
> 11th -14th May 2009, Liverpool, UK
> SUBMISSIONS: online applications will be accepted from Monday December
> 22nd 2008 until January 19th 2009 (http://www.euram2009.org/r/
> submission)
> The track focuses on how new collaborative ways of generating,
> organising, and managing knowledge are currently affecting production
> and innovation processes in knowledge–intensive sectors, We encourage
> the submission of papers that investigate both well–known domains of
> commons based peer production (e.g., Free/Open Source Software – F/OSS
> – development; user generated content production, etc.) and less
> studied knowledge-intensive domains, such as scientific and non–
> scientific publishing, biotech, pharma, media or entertainment
> industries.
> Various streams of research have already started to question the
> appropriateness of the Free/Open Source approach for non–code related
> projects and its effectiveness for production and innovation processes
> of other knowledge–intensive sectors. The cooperative/open development
> in software is eased by self-moderation: contributions cannot be
> arbitrary since the code should be compilable without incurring in
> programming mistakes. Also, F/OSS relies on communication and
> coordination infrastructures characterized by very low costs. While
> some of these features are unique of software, empirical evidence
> seems to support the applicability of the open collaborative model
> beyond code production. The on–line encyclopedia Wikipedia  and the
> flourishing of user generated content released under Creative Commons
> license; the open movie "Swarm of Angel"; the CAMBIA/BIOS project for
> the development of rare diseases drugs, the Liquid Publication
> project, a new paradigm for scientific knowledge production,
> dissemination and evaluation, are some valuable examples in this
> respect.
> This track aims at contributing to the research agenda on the economic
> and managerial implications of the extension of the Free/Open Source,
> peer production paradigm to various sectors by inviting well-crafted
> papers contributing original ideas on topics such as (but not limited
> to) business models; crowdsourcing and distributed problem-solving;
> governance structures; organization of online communities; quality
> evaluation; users' involvement in production and innovation;
> organizational practices and institutions enabling the production
> process; motivation and incentives, interplay between voluntary
> communities and firms.
> Lorenzo Benussi, TOP-IX and University of Torino,  
> lorenzo.benussi at unito.it
> Jean Michel Dalle, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, jean- 
> michel.dalle at upmc.fr
> Alessandro Rossi, Università degli Studi di Trento, arossi at cs.unitn.it
> Cristina Rossi Lamastra, Politecnico di Milano,  
> cristina1.rossi at polimi.it
> Cristiano Antonelli, University of Turin
> Davide Consoli , University of Manchester
> Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University
> Carlo Daffara, European Working Group on Libre Software and Connecta
> Paul A. David, Stanford University
> Chiara Francalanci, DEI, Politecnico di Milano
> Rishab Ghosh   , Universiteit Maastricht
> Paola Giuri, University of Bologna
> Stefan Haefliger, ETH Zürich
> Joachim Henkel, Technische Universität München
> Eric von Hippel, MIT Sloan School of Management
> Stefan Koch, Vienna University of Economics and Bank of Austria
> Heli Koski , ETLA
> Karim R. Lakhani, Harvard Business School,
> Keld Laursen, Copenhagen Business School
> Yuwei Lin, University of Manchester
> Margit Osterloh, ETH Zürich
> Lucia Piscitello, Politecnico di Milano
> Francesco Rullani, Copenhagen Business School
> Salvatore Torrisi, University of Bologna
> Sonali Shah , University of Washington
> Edward Steinmuller, SPRU - Science and Technology Policy Research
> Roberto Verganti, Politecnico di Milano
> Georg von Krogh, ETH Zürich
> Martin Wallin, ETH Zürich
> ----
> Lorenzo Benussi - Fellow
> -----------------------------------
> Department of Economics, University of Turin www.de.unito.it
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> "Knowledge is like a candle. Even as it lights a new candle, the
> strength of the original flame is not diminished." Thomas Jefferson
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