Economies as Commons: Labor and Production in Solidarity

Abstract: This chapter is motivated by this observation; namely, that putting the literatures on the commons and solidarity economies in a critical dialogue is not only needed and timely, but would also be politically productive. […] While the overarching question posed as such is admittedly a broad one, our aim was rather to ground this thought process within concrete experiences of the participants with a focus on a particular form of solidarity economies, namely worker cooperatives/collectives.

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Democratic economic planning

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