Benkler is amazing. He says things that most of us spend time trying to argue. Complexity and Reach make planning impossible. (BOOM) It always has been but now it is more clear and more important to accept (BOOM). (min 20+...he is on fire)
This is a really rich talk with important nods to the role of motivated people, fairness and group identity in these network models. I see his work as much less related to workplace economics and more related to advocacy and social planning.
I still see the reflection of the seven elements of network functionality in his work. I really like the idea that common language and negotiating "fairness" in the network are linked.
"Life is to complex to settle on the simple model". He is going after the economic tracking and design model for assessing output capacity and deviation without a centralized planner. Congratulations!
The rest of us should be working on this in climate change work, agriculture policy, health reform, and the rest of the progressive agenda.