The following inquiry, by the University of Melbourne’s Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab (VEIL), and in part inspired after a workshop attended by various members of the P2P Foundation network (Darren Sharp, Jose Ramos, Michel Bauwens), reports on a comparison between three models of the digital economy: proprietary, p2p exchange (sharing economy), and p2p commons (peer production).

This expert consultation on “The Digital Economy: Potential for Disruptive Contributions to Urban Decarbonisation and Resilience” was organised as part of the Visions and Pathways 2040 project.

Digital Economy Consultation Report by P2P Foundation

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