Workers’ Self-management, Recovered Companies and the Sociology of Work

@article{Ozarow2014WorkersSR,
  title={Workers’ Self-management, Recovered Companies and the Sociology of Work},
  author={Daniel Ozarow and R. Croucher},
  journal={Sociology},
  year={2014},
  volume={48},
  pages={989 - 1006}
}
We analyse how far Argentina’s worker-recovered companies (WRCs) have sustained themselves and their principles of equity and workers’ self-management since becoming widespread following the country’s 2001–2 economic crisis. Specialist Spanish-language sources, survey data and documents are analysed through four key sociological themes. We find that the number of WRCs has increased in Argentina, and that they represent a viable production model. Further, they have generally maintained their… Expand
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