[okfn-discuss] Benkler on the stage of P2P production and the institutional change
Mayo Fuster Morell
mayo.fuster at eui.eu
Sun Feb 22 16:41:19 UTC 2015
Hello! In collaboration with OKFN Spain, Yochai Benkler is visiting Barcelona this week, and next Wednesday 25 Feb at 18:30 (Barcelona time zone) will give a - streammed talk - about the stage of common based peer production and how the current political context might afect its further scalability. If you would like to join the streamming will be from http://stream.communia.org/benkler-igop.php and we will be tweeting from at okfn_spain<https://twitter.com/okfn_spain> account #Commons #p2pvalue
E-see you there and thanks to help spread the word.
Yochai Benkler from Barcelona: Emerging model of production, political innovation and the geopolitics of Internet
(Streaming and Spanish translation will be provided though this page http://stream.communia.org/benkler-igop.php)
Talk by Yochai Benkler @CCCB Feb 25 18:30-20:30
Can we gain an economy, politics and society of the commons? The political importance of CBPP and its very strong continued relevance.
Presented by Mayo Fuster Morell
Moderator: Joan Subirats
Row 0: Floren Cabello (Traducciones procomun<https://twitter.com/commontrad>), Nuria Alabao (La Hidra<http://lahidra.net/>), Lorena Fuster (Tramod UB: Trajectories of modernity<http://www.ub.edu/tramod/>), Liliana Arroyo (Eticas<http://www.eticasconsulting.com/>), Anna Monjo (ICARIA Editorial<http://www.icariaeditorial.com/>), Josep Lladós Masllorens (Director IN3<http://www.uoc.edu/webs/jlladosm/EN/curriculum/index.html>), Ismael Peña-López (UOC), Rubén Martínez and Marco Berlinguer (IGOPnet.cc<http://www.igopnet.cc>), Samer Hassan (P2Pvalue<http://www.p2pvalue.eu>), Leandro Navarro (CONFINE<http://confine-project.eu/> and Pangea.org<https://pangea.org/>), David Laniado (Dcent), Eduard Aibar (UOC<http://www.uoc.edu/webs/eaibar/EN/curriculum/index.html>), David Gomez (Amical Wikmedia<https://www.wikimedia.cat/>), Javier Creus (Pentagrowth<http://ideasforchange.com/en/>), Ignasi Alcalde (OKFN Spain<http://okfn.es/>), Guillermo Rojo (XES<http://www.xes.cat> - Solidarian Economy Network), Maria Garcia Perulero (Goteo<http://goteo.org>), Juanlu Sanchez (eldiario.es<http://www.eldiario.es/>), Quim Guitart (communia.org<http://communia.org>), Peter Matjasic (Open Society Foundations<http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/>), Leda Guidi (Iperbole<http://www.comune.bologna.it/> - civic network and digital agenda of Bologna City Council), Valentina Bazzarin, Alejandro Perez and Jordi Bonet (Podem Cat), Sir Jaron Rowan (BAU<http://www.demasiadosuperavit.net/?page_id=7>), Francisco Jurado (Democracia 4.0<http://demo4punto0.net/>), Tomas Diez (BCN Fab Lab<http://www.fablabbcn.org/>), Sol Polo (FAD / Design Beats<http://designbeats.net/>), Ignasi Labastida (Creative Commons<http://es.creativecommons.org/blog/>), Arnau Monterde (Tecnopolítica<http://tecnopolitica.net> de l'IN3), among others.
Madrid streammed connection: Marcos Garcia (Commons Lab<http://medialab-prado.es/laboratorio_del_procomun>/Laboratorio del Procomun (Media Lab Prado), Victor Sampedro (Máster CCCD<http://cccd.es/>).
Conference on occasion of the publication of the work in Spanish "The Wealth of Networks" (published in Spanish by Icaria Editorial<http://www.icariaeditorial.com/contenido/noticia_detallada.php?id=424&img=1>).
When? 25 February 2015 From 18:30 to 20:30 talk. The event will continue in a networking meet up.
CCCB - Montalegre, 5 - 08001 Barcelona
Classroom 1 (Limited capacity)
Afterword (20:30 onward) there will be a networking meet up at CCCBar.
Madrid: There will be an streaming of the event organized by Media Lab Prado (Plaza de las Letras. Calle Alameda, 15. 28014 Madrid). Participants in Madrid will be able to send questions for the debate.
Online: Streaming will be provided from this same website: http://stream.communia.org/benkler-igop.php
Expanded debate on Identica/Twitter: #Commons
Organization: Organized by IGOP.net.cc<http://IGOP.net.cc>, P2Pvalue.eu European project, CCCB Lab.
Collaboration: Ed. Icaria, Commons Lab/Laboratorio del Procomun and Máster CCCD (Media Lab Prado), Traducciones procomun, Communia
Support: Spanish Chapter of the Open Knowledge Foundation, Open Society Foundation Initiative for Europe
Resources on Benkler work:
Benkler's website http://benkler.org/
Review of Benkler's work in occasion of the publication of "La Riqueza de las reded" by Mayo Fuster Morell English - Castellano - Catala http://blogs.cccb.org/lab/en/article_la-riquesa-de-les-xarxes/
Index of "La riqueza de las redes" (Spanish version of The wealth of networks), and introduction by Floren Cabello and Andoni Alonso, and foreword by Mayo Fuster Morell (Castellano) http://www.icariaeditorial.com/pdf_libros/La%20riqueza%20de%20las%20redes.pdf
Yochai Benkler is a professor at the Faculty of Law and co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. He is the author of the book - recently published by Icaria in Spanish - "The Wealth of Networks", benchmark in Internet and society studies. His work examines the ways in which information technologies, allowing extensive forms of collaboration, can have transformative consequences for the economy and society
The Benkler's research is developed in three areas connected. On the one hand, "peer production based on the common good", such as emerged in collaborative initiatives like free software and Wikipedia, has been framed by Benkler as an emerging new model of production that can aspire to become a reference in information production. On the other hand, Benkler introduced the concept of networked public space, and is analyzing to what extent is the new public sphere transforming public policy and political mobilization. Finally, Benkler is an expert on Internet policy and architectures of new technologies. Through all these lines of work, Benkler explores the hypothesis of the emergence of a third organizational model, the commons, which would break the pairing state - market, and would favor greater centrality and empowerment of civil society as an agent.
>From these key readings, Benkler will provide his vision about the change of time in Spain.
Mayo Fuster Morell is a researcher at the Institute of Government and Public Policy at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. An expert in the governance of communities based on collaborative production between equals. In the P2Pvalue directs the research about the conditions that favor the creation of value in the Commons-based peer production production networks. She is a member of the Open Knowledge Foundation and the Wikimedia Foundation.
Joan Subirats Humet is professor of Political Science at UAB and researcher at the Institute of Government and Public Policy at the University Autonoma of Barcelona. His areas of research include public policy analysis, democratic innovation, public participation and local and regional government. He has published numerous books, including the Spanish Urban Policies (2011) and sociedad Otra, otra ¿politics? "Not to represent us" democracy of the policy.
«·´¨*·¸¸« Mayo Fuster Morell ».¸.·*¨`·» @Lilaroja
Fellow. Berkman Center for Internet and Society. Harvard University.
Researcher. Institute of Government and Public Policies. Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Ph.D European University Institute
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