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- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: The Internet and creativity debate
- Chapter 3: The value of non-market sharing
- Chapter 4: Sustainable resources for creative activities
- Chapter 5: Which rights for whom? A choice of models
- Chapter 6: Defining rights and obligations
- Chapter 7: How much?
- Chapter 8: Sustainable financing for the commons
- Chapter 9: Organization and complementary policy measures
- Chapter 10: Usage measurement for equitable rewards
- Chapter 11: Clarification and counter-arguments
- Chapter 12: From proposal to reality
- Appendix A: Diversity of attention for beginners
- Appendix B: The total cost of rewards and their distribution
- Appendix C: Modeling usage measurement