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Workers' Cooperatives in Argentina: The Self-Administered Workers' Association

@inproceedings{Dobrusin2013WorkersCI,
  title={Workers' Cooperatives in Argentina: The Self-Administered Workers' Association},
  author={Bruno Dobrusin},
  year={2013}
}
  • Bruno Dobrusin
  • Published 2013
  • Engineering
  • This article examines the development of the Self-administered Workers' Association (Asociacion Nacional de Trabajadores Autogestionados - ANTA) within the Workers' Confederation of Argentina (Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina - CTA). ANTA is an organization that groups workers from different cooperatives, most of them originating in the post2001 economic crisis in Argentina, when many small and medium-sized enterprises were rescued by their workers. It analyses how ANTA emerged as an… CONTINUE READING
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