Worker co-ops have the potential to address many of the immoral and inefficient shortcomings of capitalist workplaces.
Articles: alternative economy (10)
Andrew McLeod recently wrote an excellent and thoughtful response to my article (with Gar Alperovitz) on Mondragón and issues of systemic design. In an effort to continue the constructive dialogue around this important topic, I offer this rejoinder.
In a previous post I argued that economic contraction is necessary and in fact underway. Is this "Collapse" -- that scary term that so many authors love to throw around?
New Tech… explores the untapped potential of an alternative economy to dismantle and supplant the Moloch Capitalism of our current economic arrangement with a federation of cooperatives and networked open-source micro-manufacturing.
Today, with the global economy massively overextended and teetering on the edge of collapse, many are starting to look again at community-based currencies...
Faced with spiralling social, economic and environmental problems, many people are turning to economic democracy for solutions. But what shape should this democracy take?
Well, what if miracles can happen? Trying to help trigger one would be rather an adventure wouldn’t it? Come to think of it, miracles are happening all over the place, right now.
Join Rob Hopkins, Molly Scott Cato, Tony Greenham, Fiona Ward and Nigel Jump for a live discussion.
How manufacturers, retailers, restaurants, and others are doing business the cooperative way.
Banking is not just a market good or service. It is a vital part of societal infrastructure, which properly belongs in the public sector. By taking banking back, local governments could regain control of that very large slice (up to 40 per cent) of every public budget that currently goes to …