Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action by Marcelo Vieta, John Curl, Greig de Peuter, Nick

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115. 46 Fairbairn, p. 20. 47 International Cooperative Alliance. J. Holyoake, cited in Fairbairn, p. 21. 49 See: Logue, J. S. (2006). Cooperatives, worker-owned enterprises, productivity and the International Labor Organization. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 27(4), 686-690. 50 Gibson-Graham, pp. 101-126. For a celebratory account, see: Morrison, R. (1997). We build the road as we travel: Mondragon, a cooperative social system. Warner, NH: Essential. For a critical Marxian perspective, see: Kasmir.

70 Byrne & Healy, p. 253. , p. 248. See also: Gibson-Graham, p. 101-126. 72 In We build the road as we travel, Morrison asserts that in a formal sense worker coops “abolish wage-labour for the worker-owners” (p. 65). 73 See: McNally, D. (1993). Against the market: Political economy, market socialism, and the Marxist critique. London: Verso. 74 See: Ollman, B. ). (1998). Market socialism: The debate among socialists. London: Routledge. 75 Hahnel, p. 249. 76 Reeves, R. (2007, February 19). We love capitalism.

Above all perhaps, comanagement refers to a state ownership stake, especially in firms operating in strategic industries; in expropriated plants in such industries, the ownership arrangements are such that the state owns 51%, workers 49%. ”67 Lebowitz contrasts the “triangle” of capitalism (private property, exploitation of labour, and production for profit) to Chávez’s “elementary triangle of socialism”: units of social property, social production organized by workers, and production for the needs of communities: Co-management implies a particular kind of partnership--a partnership between the workers of an enterprise and society.

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