Tag Archives: worker-capitalism

On the capital-labour conflict

Australian economist Bill Mitchell is a known critic of basic income guarantee (BIG) programs and a support of a job guarantee (JG) programs. In this post on his blog, Mitchell presents the following argument against BIG: Continue reading On the capital-labour conflict


State and Worker Capitalism

Regular readers will know that we are in favor of self-employment and worker cooperatives. And consequently we are in favor of government policies to stimulate the formation of worker cooperatives. Our ideal economy would be a version of worker capitalism, i.e. a system where there is no distinction between workers and capitalists (those who own the means of production). Continue reading State and Worker Capitalism