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Producer Cooperatives and Labor-Managed Systems
The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series 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