Dienstag, 11. März 2014

roberto verzola. economy of information

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> Towards a Political Economy of Information - Ecology, technology ...
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> 1. Towards a Political Economy of Information.
> (Studies on the Information Economy) by Roberto Verzola.
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>>>> Roberto Verzola's pieces on the the information economy have been
>>>> collected into a book, entitled Towards a Political Economy of
>>>> Information: Studies on the Information Economy, which will be launched
>>>> on March 10, 2004 by the Foundation for Nationalist Studies (FNS).
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>>>> The following is the table of contents of the book:
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>>>> Part I. Information and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
>>>> 1. The miracle of the loaves
>>>> 2. A new offensive against the Third World
>>>> 3. U.S. piracy in the 19th century
>>>> 4. The 'piracy' of intellectuals
>>>> 5. GATT: Free Trade or Monopoly Growth?
>>>> 6. IPR: a clash of value-systems
>>>> 7. Towards a political economy of information
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>>>> Part II. ICTs and the Internet
>>>> 8. Expanding market for information economies
>>>> 9. A hierarchy of access
>>>> 10. ICT: job creator or destroyer?
>>>> 11. A poor learning environment
>>>> 12. An interactive idiot box
>>>> 13. Private space controlled by rentiers
>>>> 14. Perverse subsidies
>>>> 15. Internet cafes: connectivity for the masses?
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>>>> Part III. Genetic Information And Genetic Engineering
>>>> 16. Turning farmers into 'pirates'
>>>> 17. Pirating genetic resources
>>>> 18. Beware of modern vampires
>>>> 19. Biosafety and genetic contamination
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>>>> Part IV. Monopolistic Information Economies
>>>> 20. Information monopolies and the WTO
>>>> 21. Globalization: the third wave
>>>> 22. Cyberlords: rentier class of the information sector
>>>> 23. Testing the political strength of a cyberlord
>>>> 24. Globalization: poor design?
>>>> 25. What could be more important than efficiency?
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>>>> Part V. Alternatives: A Non-Monopolistic Information Sector
>>>> 26. A well-kept IT secret
>>>> 27. IT or AT?
>>>> 28. Community rights over biological material: property or moral rights?
>>>> 29. Low-cost strategies for ICT deployment in developing countries
>>>> 30. Greening the information sector
>>>> 31. Alternatives to globalization
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