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Hilary Abell and Kali Akuno talk with The Real News about scaling worker cooperatives

Expanding democratic ownership

Hilary Abell, author of our new report Worker Cooperatives: Pathways to Scale, talks to the Real News Network about New York City’s $1.2 million investment in workplace democracy.

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Hilary Abell talks with Laura Flanders about scaling worker cooperatives

Hilary Abell, author of the Democracy Collaborative report “Worker Cooperatives: Pathways to Scale”, talks with Grit TV’s Laura Flanders about the policies and best practices that can help grow the worker cooperative sector in the United States.
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July 10, 2014
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How Much Outside Help Do Worker Co-ops Need to Get to Scale?

Though they end up as owners and decision-makers, workers in low-income communities often don’t start off doing all the work of developing and growing a worker-owned cooperative themselves. This is even true for the Mondragón Cooperative Corporation, the world’s single largest worker cooperative network and a leading source of inspiration for efforts to build worker cooperatives to scale in the United States.

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Worker-Owners Cheer Creation of $1.2 Million Co-op Development Fund in NYC

In These Times talks to Hilary Abell, author of the Democracy Collaborative report “Worker Cooperatives: Pathways to Scale,” about New York City’s move to invest $1.2 million in worker cooperatives.

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