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Producer Cooperatives and Labor-managed Systems
The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series No. 62
Since 1958, the economic theory of the participatory or labor-managed firm and its performance compared to capitalist firms, has exploded into a vast literature comprising several hundred articles. Indeed, as one early contributor has recently remarked, the theory has become a 'new discipline' in itself. Producer Cooperatives and Labor-Managed Systems provides, for the first time, a careful selection of the most significant theoretical and empirical contributions to this burgeoning field, and promises to become a valuable research tool and reference volume.
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'... Producer Cooperatives and Labor-Managed Systems is an informative collection of articles on the subject of labor management ... Readers will benefit from this compilation insofar as it lays out the initial debate, the critical aspects of the labor-management controversy in the neoclassical economic literature, and some recent studies.' -- Sonja Novkovic, Feminist Economics