The Open Source Economist

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It is impossible to examine and define open-source software without the law. In the premiere episode of The Open Source Economist, Christie defines open-source from a legal standpoint with the help of Dr. David Orozco.

Show Notes

Get Dr. David Orozco's book, Business Law and Strategy, here. Or connect with him via his Twitter.

What is The Open Source Economist?

In each episode, Christie Chirinos talks with leaders in and outside technology — including legal and government professionals, business leaders across industries like fashion, sustainability, social justice, and construction, and academia — about the open-source software powering their work. This podcast seeks to document and rigorously examine the phenomenon we all know: technology is changing fast, and we need radical collaboration to make sure we benefit current and future generations.