Open source book

Bill Gratsch mentions a new book for sale at Amazon: Government Policy Toward Open Source Software, edited by Robert W Hahn and available for pre-order now. Hahn, of AEI-Brookings Joint Center and Harvard University, is known as a sceptic to open source – together with CompTIA and de Tocqueville Institution, Hahn represented the declared sceptics (“con’s”) at the eGovOS-conference.

I decided to check Google (which BTW already had picked up Bill’s story). I there found out that the book is available for download on the AEI-Brooking’s website.

The book consists of an overview/commentary by Hahn and then four individual contributions by James Bessen (Research on Innovation), David S. Evans (National Economic Research Associates), Lawrence Lessig (Stanford University), and Bradford L. Smith (Microsoft Corporation).

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