Skip to main content
The winner (no longer) pic.jpg

The winner (no longer) takes all

The worker-ownership plan endorsed by Labour politicians in the UK and by Sanders in the US has the potential to shift the tides and create an economy that works for many rather than a select few. 

Publication date: 2019-06-14
Parent publication: The Economist
Publication URL: https://www.economist.com/united-states/2019/06/15/the-winner-no-longer-takes-it-all

More related work

February 20, 2020
The workers of Berry Insulation pose in front of their company's truck

Evergreen’s Fund for Employee Ownership acquires its first company, setting Cleveland-based Berry Insulation on a path to being owned by its workers

A practical demonstration of a new model accelerating business conversions to employee ownership.

read more
February 17, 2020
Wind turbines behind solar panels

Supporting energy democracy through a Green New Deal

Five policy proposals to tackle an extractive economy.

read more
February 17, 2020
A bridge viewed from overhead

Ownership Futures: Towards democratic public ownership in the 21st century

The Democracy Collaborative and Common Wealth is undertaking a 2020 project to explore the frontiers of public ownership in the 21st century, particularly in the areas of digital infrastructure, data and platforms, intellectual property, and land and natural resources.

read more