By Jed DeVaro
This twelfth variation of Advances within the monetary research of Participatory and Labor-Managed organizations features a stimulating selection of unique papers spanning a large choice of issues. half 1 of the amount includes 3 papers almost about activity layout and organizational functionality, overlaying the determinants of multiskilling from a theoretical standpoint and likewise the empirical impression of multiskilling and groups on monetary functionality. half 2 of the quantity issues repayment, employee attitudes, and productiveness. Papers during this part conceal the impression of principles and prices on employer-provided medical insurance, majority possession and govt reimbursement, employee attitudes in the direction of diverse varieties of worker possession and variable pay, and an research of performance-related pay, unions, and productiveness in Italy. half three comprises 3 experiences of employee cooperatives and nonprofit businesses in Italy, Spain, and Uruguay. the quantity concludes with a debate on unfastened exchange and the ecological results of different socio-economic platforms.
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