West2007economic


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@incollection{West2007economic,
 title={The economic realities of open standards: Black, white and many shades of gray},
 author={West, J.},
 booktitle ={Standards and public policy},
 editor={Shane Greenstein and Victor Stango}
 pages={87-122},
 year={2007},
 publisher={Cambridge University Press,}
}

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Some have argued that Open Source software is the ultimate form of an open standard because implementations are provided freely for all to use West2003open. Others have argued (at least privately) that Open Source software is merely a single implementation produced by a closed group, without the process fairness of a formal standards development organization (SDO).

Best-known ITstandards
  1. Wintel

@book{Grindley1995standards,
 title={Standards, strategy and policy: Cases and stories},
 author={Grindley, P.},
 year={1995},
 publisher={Oxford University Press, USA}
}

@book{Grove1996only,
 title={Only the paranoid survive: How to exploit the crisis points that challenge every company and career},
 author={Grove, A.S.},
 year={1996},
 publisher={Doubleday}
}

@BOOK{Andrew_佐々木199711,
title={インテル戦略転換},
author={アンドリュー・S. グローブ},
publisher={七賢出版},
year={1997},
month={11},
isbn={9784883043330},
url={http://amazon.co.jp/o/ASIN/4883043339/},
price={¥ 2,100},
totalpages={253},
timestamp={2011.08.14},
}

Second, just as Gabel1987open identified multiple dimentions of compatibility, these examples suggest that openness is represented by more than a single dimention. Previous researchers (vonBurg2001triumph ->P. 34, West2003open) have identified multiple intermediate levels of openness between the most proprietary and most open examples of standards.

@incollection{Gabel1987open,
 title={Open standards in the European computer industry: The case of X/OPEN},
 author={Gabel, H.L.},
 booktitle={Product standardization and competitive strategy},
 pages={91--123},
 year={1987},
 publisher={Elsevier Publishing Co.}
}

@book{vonBurg2001triumph,
 title={The triumph of Ethernet: technological communities and the battle for the LAN standard},
 author={Von Burg, U.},
 year={2001},
 publisher={Stanford University Press}
}

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West2006does

Both types provide similar incentives to third parties producing complements, as well as for end users utilizing implementations of the standards.