• What is the difference between WSDEs and cooperatives?
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WSDEs

What define WSDEs are two facts: that the appropriation and distribution of the surplus are done cooperatively and that the workers who cooperatively produced the surplus and those who cooperatively appropriate and distribute it are identical.
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Worker-owned enterprises

When workers partly or completely own the corporate enterprises in which they work, they occupy a position like that of other shareholders within private capitalism.
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Cooperatives

A cooperative refers to an aspect of the structure of the enterprise, even if its overall operations remain capitalistic.
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Worker-managed enterprises

Under worker-managed enterprises, workers who perform managerial functions do not thereby displace capitalists or move the economy beyond capitalism.
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