A Closer Look At Cooperative Structures: a Q&A with Prof. Thomas Lambert


Professor Thomas Lambert chats with us about U.S. worker-owned cooperatives and their decision-making structures. His research, which surveyed about 50 co-ops across the country (there are an estimated 200 to 300 worker-owned cooperatives in the United States) sheds light on some of the underexamined aspects of co-op structures, such as the ratio of managers to workers, and the criteria considered in making investment decisions.



Global Capitalism: February 2017 Monthly Economic Update

Global Capitalism: "Nationalism + Scapegoating 'Foreigners:'
Why Capitalism in Crisis Often Does This" 
with Richard D. Wolff 
Co-sponsored by Democracy at Work, Left Forum & Judson Memorial Church
These programs begin with 30min of short updates on important economic events of the last month...




Economic Update: Women's Movement Economics

On this week's Economic Update, Prof. Wolff provides updates on NFL's income redistribution, big bucks for Starbucks CEO, US health data, pension benefits cut, Goldman Sachs in...


Podcast: How People Around the World Are Building a Solidarity Economy


In the face of social and ecological peril, there's a movement that continues to build and resist. This podcast will take you into the heart of it.


The Phenomenon of Right-Wing Populism: An Interview With Bill Fletcher Jr.


An interview with racial justice and labor activist Bill Fletcher Jr. on the phenomenon of right-wing populism, and what it means for an anti-racist left.


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