The Handbook of Peer Production

Dirigé par Mathieu O’Neil, Christian Pentzold et Sophie Toupin, cet ouvrage contient deux chapitres écrits par Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay et Francesca Musiani, chargées de recherche au CIS.

  • Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay, “Chapter 09. Openness and Licensing”
    → Full text (Hal)
  • Francesca Musiani, “Chapter 25. Gaps in Peer Design”
    → Full text (Hal)

The definitive reference work with comprehensive analysis and review of peer production

EN. Peer production is no longer the sole domain of small groups of technical or academic elites. The internet has enabled millions of people to collectively produce, revise, and distribute everything from computer operating systems and applications to encyclopedia articles and film and television databases. Today, peer production has branched out to include wireless networks, online currencies, biohacking, and peer-to-peer urbanism, amongst others. The Handbook of Peer Production outlines central concepts, examines current and emerging areas of application, and analyzes the forms and principles of cooperation that continue to impact multiple areas of production and sociality.

Mathieu O’Neil, Christian Pentzold, Sophie Toupin (Eds), The Handbook of Peer Production, Wiley-Blackwell, 2021, 464 p.