WGBH Forum Network; Economics of Knowledge as a Public Good, The; The Economics of Open Courseware
The Economics of Knowledge as a Public Good The Economics of Open Courseware Anne Margulies, Open CourseWare, MIT Steve Carson, Open CourseWare, MIT Shigeru B. Miyagawa, Open CourseWare, MIT MIT Open CourseWare Director Anne Margulies, MIT Open CourseWare Senior Strategist Steve Carson, and MIT Professor of Linguistics and MIT Open CourseWare advisor Shigeru Miyagawa explain the seemingly counterintuitive bene fits of making all MIT courses available online to anyone anywhere at no cost.
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THE ECONOMICS OF KNOWLEDGE AS A PUBLIC GOOD THE ECONOMICS OF OPEN COURSEWARE
ANNE MARGULIES, OPEN COURSEWARE, MIT STEVE CARSON, OPEN COURSEWARE, MIT SHIGERU B. MIYAGAWA, OPEN COURSEWARE, MIT
MIT OPEN COURSEWARE DIRECTOR ANNE MARGULIES, MIT OPEN COURSEWARE SENIOR STRATEGIST STEVE CARSON, AND MIT PROFESSOR OF LINGUISTICS AND MIT OPEN COURSEWARE ADVISOR SHIGERU MIYAGAWA EXPLAIN THE SEEMINGLY COUNTERINTUITIVE BENE FITS OF MAKING ALL MIT COURSES AVAILABLE ONLINE TO ANYONE ANYWHERE AT NO COST.
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