2013-06-11 17:49:08

Workplace democracy and democratic ownership: Moving from theory to strategy feat. Professor Richard Wolff Part 1.

Workplace democracy and various forms of community and public ownership are now enjoying a surge in popularity as a notion and in practice, as more and more people come to terms with the moral and political bankruptcy of dominant economic ideas and institutions. Wolff and Alperovitz are two thought leaders of this movement for a new economy, and will discuss and debate the strategic questions being posed at this critical historical juncture. How can we build this movement and generalize and expand promising experiments and increasingly popular notions of economic democracy? How do these relate to new overarching systemic visions and how can such visions help animate and guide on the ground developments? Moderated by Maliha Safri

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