How can we organise a better economy for people and planet? A Participatory Economy provides a concrete description of how a modern economy of millions of people can be organised around cooperation and solidarity instead of competition and greed. Read about the model's key institutions below to learn more.
"A vision that draws from a rich tradition of thought and practice of the libertarian left and popular movements... It merits close attention, debate, and action."
"An imaginative, carefully reasoned description, persistently provocative, of how we might live free from economic injustice.”
"A brave argument for replacing that flawed machine and offers a much needed – more equitable, democratic, participatory – alternative economic vision."
“Lucid, thorough, and iconoclastic... an outstanding contribution to this important genre of radical social theory.”
"A comprehensive vision that is worthy of serious consideration and debate among those who are interested in more progressive economic structures."
Workers Solidarity Movement
"A specific political conception of the type that modern anarchist thought ought to strive for."