Fb2 Governing the Firm: Workers' Control in Theory and Practice ePub
by Gregory K. Dow
|Subcategory:||Business and Work|
|Author:||Gregory K. Dow|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press (February 17, 2003)|
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Gregory L. Dow is Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at Simon Fraser University, British .
Gregory L. Dow is Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. He previously taught at the University of Alberta and Yale University, and has served as a visiting professor at the University of New South Wales, the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, and the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences.
In Governing the Firm, Gregory Dow draws on economic theory . This book seeks to explain why investor-controlled rms are common and worker-controlled rms are rare.
In Governing the Firm, Gregory Dow draws on economic theory, statistical evidence, and case studies to frame an explanation. Governing the rm : workers’ control in theory and practice, Gregory K. Dow. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Governing the firm: workers' control in theory and practice. GK Dow. Cambridge University Press, 2003. The function of authority in transaction cost economics. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 8 (1), 13-38, 1987. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 43 (3), 319-336, 2000.
The primary focus of the book is the economics literature on the subject, though some attention is given to other related fields. At most the level of prerequisite technical knowledge is at the level of an undergraduate intermediate microeconomics course; the majority of the book, however, is easily readable for someone familiar with basic economic concepts.
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This book draws upon economic theory, statistical evidence, and case studies to frame an explanation. This implies that worker-controlled firms typically face financing problems, encounter collective choice dilemmas, and have difficulty creating markets for control positions within the firm. 2003. In rare instances, however, control over the firm rests with the workforce. Climate reversals and the transition to agriculture. Dow, Clyde G. Reed, Nancy D. Olewiler. Dow Cambridge University Press, 2003. 1. Introduction . Economic Systems . The Control Dimension . Looking for Clues . A Projected Synthesis . The Plan of the Book. 2. Normative Perspectives . Why Care About Workers' Control? . Equality . Democracy . Property . Dignity . Community . The Author Shows His Cards. 3. Workers' Control in Action (I) . Surveying the Terrain . The Plywood Cooperatives . The Mondragon Cooperatives.
In rare instances, however, control over the firm rests with the workforce
In rare instances, however, control over the firm rests with the workforce.