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Subject: Harvard B-School eyes Open Source dynamic
Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2003 16:20:32 -0400
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September 04, 2003

Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source

Harvard Business School, whether splitting scones over behavioral 
economics or the economics of social behavior, is always bumping into and 
observing the outgrowths of the Open Source movement. This week, we 
discover an HBS assistant professor using the best of her almas to chronicle 
what really maters: understanding the I-Win-You-Win-We-All-Win dynamics 
that are driving Open Source developer and corporate alliances, thanks 
to a structural relationship broker which is perched in the middle of 
the two sides, aka the non-profit foundation. Read yet a further marker 
showing Open Source as a catalyst of business and economic change.

In telling your peers about this research, you might want to leap, if 
not jump, over to Mozilla’s new release, which Jack Fegreus explores at 
openBench Labs as part of his analysis of the extraordinary spam filter 
in the new client and improvements in suppressing pop-up windows..

For this week’s findings, just click on:

And remember to send a copy to your friends mired in proprietary 


The editors of Open magazine