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We invite you to become part of the conversation by reading recent posts and submitting original pieces for the Democracy at Work blog. We are currently accepting submissions that:
  • Reports on the failures of our existing economic system in relation to real solutions;
  • Op-Eds and commentary advocating for worker-owned cooperatives and democratizing the workplace;
  • Scholarly and research-based articles on the economics and political feasibility of worker-owned cooperatives;
  • In-depth multimedia profiles on coops and worker-owned enterprises operating in the U.S. and abroad;
  • Activist reports from d@w-Groups as well as individuals in support of worker-owned cooperatives in their communities;
  • Historical essays about worked-owned enterprises and the international worker cooperative movement.
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Paul SlikerEditor
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Kayla JonesCopy Editor
George Speckman, Copy editor
Karina Stenquist, Copy editor
 
Interested in volunteering as a copy editor? Email: blog@democracyatwork.info

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“Time theft” is an ongoing problem of contemporary capitalism, both within the dictatorship of the workplace and in the seeming democracy of our lives outside of work.

Economist David Ruccio responds to Elizabeth Anderson and her recent article for Vox about workplace dictatorship.

 


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"A sovereign currency issuer like the UK Government (or the US Government) has no physical limits on how much money it can create and spend. This is by definition and not a matter of opinion."

Patricia Pino explains how the UK general election exposed the ignorance of politicians and the general public around the subject of macro-economics.


Our friends at Sustainable Human recently created a short video featuring Professor Wolff, where he compares capitalism to feudalism and slavery, and explains how a more democratic economic system is possible.



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