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Does Information Beget Information?
Professor R. Polk Wagner has recently propounded a theory in the Columbia Law Review, purportedly based on a mathematical model, showing that open information grows exponentially with time and that, to the extent that creator control and incentives are correlated, greater control in the creator (author or inventor) results in a larger supply of open information in the long run than less control. While Professor Wagner's assumptions are open to serious question, this article demonstrates thatfatcat:dsnr4f4vzvbthk64zowfu5mtby