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In this paper we study the production and dissemination of public knowledge goodssuch as technological knowledge -generated by a network of voluntarily cooperating innovators. We develop a private-collective model of public knowledge production in networked innovation systems, where group-based social preferences have an impact on the coalition formation of developers. Our model builds on the large empirical literature on voluntary production of pooled public knowledge goods, including sourcedoi:10.1080/10438599.2017.1378163 fatcat:yzjivxfxlregjjh32tuxwxpxne