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As the author of "A Real Ownership Society",
I advocate for socializing the behavior of our corporations, and democratizing their benefits. By discarding the conventional model of corporate ownership that now relies upon absentee ownership, and replacing it with one based on worker ownership, we can accomplish these ends.
Corporations: Containment vs Reform - Part II
This essay explains how absentee investors and workers are normally seen to have opposing interests when both suffer at the hands of those who control our corporations. Getting these interests groups to see their shared interests is the first step needed on the path to corporate economic reforms. These reforms would transfer corporate control out of the impotent hands of absentee investors, and into the hands of workers.
Wednesday, October 18, 2006(1 comments)
Controlling Our Corporations: Containment versus Rehab
Liberals are finally gaining their voice on the problem of corporate capitalism. But they are stuck in the past when it comes to reform ideas. Instead of containing the inherently bad behavior of our corporations, we should seek to rehabilitate our corporations. Doing so begins with worker ownership, an idea that's ready for prime time.
Monday, October 9, 2006(2 comments)
A Real Ownership Society
This article provides a synopsis of the reforms proposed in the author's book, "A Real Ownership Society". In brief, these reforms propose a means of transferring voting control of our corporations to workers while leaving small investors better off than they are now.