Economic Justice and Democracy: From Competition to Cooperation
In Economic Justice and Democracy Robin Hahnel argues that progressives need to go back to the drawing board and rethink how they conceive of economic justice and economic democracy. He presents a coherent set of economic institutions and procedures that can deliver economic justice and democracy through a "participatory economy." But this is a long-run goal; he also explores how to promote the economics of equitable cooperation in the here and now by emphasizing ways to broaden the base of existing economic reform movements while deepening their commitment to more far reaching change.
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Review: Economic Justice and Democracy: From Competition to CooperationUser Review - Antti Rantanen - Goodreads
This book is absolutely "MUST" read. What is actually "economic justice"? When earning more than some other person is actually justified? Personally, the most interesting part of the book is the ... Read full review
Review: Economic Justice and Democracy: From Competition to CooperationUser Review - James Tracy - Goodreads
This book is the best one on Participatory Economics yet. I still have a lot of questions about how this model might work in a post-capitalist society, but it is great that there is a renewed ... Read full review
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