Government Policy toward Open Source Software. Hahn, R. W., Bessen, J., Evans, D. S., Lessig, L., & Smith, B. L.
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Can open source software - software that is usually available without charge and that individuals are free to modify - survive against the fierce competition of proprietary software, such as Microsoft Windows? Should the government intervene on its behalf? This book addresses a host of issues raised by the rapid growth of open source software, including government subsidies for research and development, government procurement policy, and patent and copyright policy. Contributors offer diverse perspectives on a phenomenon that has become a lightning rod for controversy in the field of information technology.
@book{hahnGovernmentPolicyOpen2009,
  title = {Government Policy toward Open Source Software},
  author = {Hahn, Robert W. and Bessen, James and Evans, David S. and Lessig, Lawrence and Smith, Bradford L.},
  editor = {Hahn, Robert W.},
  date = {2009},
  issn = {1556-5068},
  doi = {10.2139/ssrn.1411617},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1411617},
  abstract = {Can open source software - software that is usually available without charge and that individuals are free to modify - survive against the fierce competition of proprietary software, such as Microsoft Windows? Should the government intervene on its behalf? This book addresses a host of issues raised by the rapid growth of open source software, including government subsidies for research and development, government procurement policy, and patent and copyright policy. Contributors offer diverse perspectives on a phenomenon that has become a lightning rod for controversy in the field of information technology.},
  isbn = {0-8157-3393-3},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-11870831,free-software,government-policy,open-source,science-policy-interface}
}
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