All Things Co-op: Mondragon


In this episode, we speak with Michael Peck, the US representative of Mondragon—the largest worker co-op in the world—about the history of Mondragon, how it became one of the most successful enterprises in Spain, and lessons we can take away in the movement to build worker owned co-ops in our own communities.

Learn more about Mondragon on their website and Twitter

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  • Ahmed Elmi
    commented 2019-10-16 21:20:39 -0400
    I wish the host discussed about the history of Mondragon and the lessons that could be learn which is the purpose of this episode. Very disappointed.
  • Thomas Bougher
    commented 2019-10-06 14:16:26 -0400
    This is a comprehensive explanation of practical applications in the worker cooperative movement exemplified by the Spanish cooperative corporation in a worldwide setting. It is a reasonable and sensible approach to complex social and economic challenges. Very well done, in my view.
  • Democracy at Work
    published this page in Latest Releases 2019-09-24 06:39:08 -0400

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