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The Economies of Online Cooperation: Gifts and Public Goods in Cyberspace

@inproceedings{Kollock1999TheEO,
  title={The Economies of Online Cooperation: Gifts and Public Goods in Cyberspace},
  author={Peter Kollock},
  year={1999}
}
  • Peter Kollock
  • Published 1999
  • Business
  • Even a casual trip through cyberspace will turn up evidence of hostility, selfishness, and simple nonsense. Yet the wonder of the Internet is not that there is so much noise, but that there is any significant cooperation at all. Given that online interaction is relatively anonymous, that there is no central authority, and that it is difficult or impossible to impose monetary or physical sanctions on someone, it is striking that the Internet is not literally a war of all against all. For a… CONTINUE READING

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