Jones presents a comprehensive overview of the co-operative production movement. With a focus on worker-owned enterprises, the author explores the economic and social benefits of this organizational structure. He also addresses the challenges co-operative businesses face and provides guidance for overcoming them. A valuable resource for business professionals, academics, and policymakers interested in alternative economic models.
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