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Participation in Worker Cooperatives

P. 436-453.
Vieta M., Quarter J., Spear R., Moskovskaya A. A.

This chapter discusses different models of worker co-operatives ranging from those that are predominantly economic associations, or a form of employee ownership, to those that are more collectivist and emphasize workplace democracy, community commitment and co-operative ideals. Worker co-operatives that focus upon employee ownership are primarily a variation of a business corporation; worker co-operatives with a more collectivist orientation are primarily a form of co-operative, but with members that are employees rather than consumers of a service, or primary producers, such as farmers. More recently, hybrid arrangements have been created that integrate a worker co-operative within a business corporation and a co-operative, a multi-stakeholder co-operative, or social co-operative. Takeovers of abandoned investor-owned businesses resulting in worker cooperatives are a growing phenomenon in South America.

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Participation in Worker Cooperatives
Под редакцией: D. H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, J. Grotz. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.