A patron of Economic Update asks: "How would worker ownership work for industries that are highly automated and/or have high capital valuation per employee (i.e. Google/Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, commercial leasing / rental companies with many properties.)? Some industries have low capital value and others high capital value per employee. How would an economic system establish a general sense of equity across such differing sectors of the economy?"
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