‘Workers’ cooperatives are at least as productive as their capitalist counterparts, and yet they account for a relatively small proportion of GDP in most countries. Donald A R George describes research which aims to explain this paucity of workers’ cooperatives by reference to their financing and property rights structures.
|Type||Focus Paper Series|
|Publisher||Edinburgh School of Economics Focus Paper Series|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2016|
|Name||Focus Paper Series|