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Austin Council Votes to Boost Worker Cooperatives

As policymakers around the U.S. continue to consider how to support entrepreneurship in ways that generate widely shared wealth across all lines of race, class and gender, many have been eyeing worker cooperatives.

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Publication date: 2017-04-16
Parent publication: Next City
Publication URL: Austin Council Votes to Boost Worker Cooperatives

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