After Occupy: Economic Democracy for the 21st Century
Malleson, TomPublisher: Oxford University Press
Date Written: 16/04/2014
Year Published: 2014
Resource Type: Book
A comparison between social democracy and economic democracy in terms of both social justice and economic efficiency. Malleson examines the main institutions of the economy -- workplaces, the market, and financial and investment industry -- looking at democratic possibilities in each.
Table of Contents:
Part One: Introduction
2. Economic Democracy: Beginning Orientations
Part Two: Workplaces
3. Should Workplaces be Democratized?
4. Worker Cooperatives in Practice
Part Three: The Market System
5. Democracy and the Market System
6. Democratizing the Market System
Part Four: Finance and Investment
7. Should Finance and Investment be Democratized?
8. Finance and Investment Democracy in Practice: Capital Controls, Public Banks, and Participatory Budgeting
Part Five: Conclusion
9. Towards a Feasible Socialism for the 21st Century
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