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Open and Democratic Access to Knowledge for Grassroots Communities

Why do we need to increase access of knowledge resources for grassroots communities? How do we increase access of knowledge resources for grassroots communities? Is it ethical on the part of researchers to collect information from individual/community knowledge holders and never communicate back their research results to the original knowledge providers? What kinds of knowledge […]

3. Apiwat Ratanawaraha on Inclusive Development, Innovation and Open Knowledge

     Why are you interested in supporting the OCSDNet? I believe that fundamentally knowledge should be open. That’s the bottom line for promoting development. This belief started a while ago when I was working on my doctoral dissertation on technological standards. I examined how latecomer countries and firms caught up technologically and economically with […]