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  • n. Participatory economics.

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  • These include Michael Albert (Chomskyite proponent of participatory economics - "parecon"), Ashanti Alston (black power anarchist), Hakim Bey (lifestyle anarchist),

    Attack the System

  • "parecon", and quite similar to both the Zapatista movement's popular assemblies, as well as the workers 'councils used by the anarcho-syndicalists during the Spanish Civil War in the

    Anarkismo.net

  • Z Magazine founder Michael Albert developed a detailed approach to mass-based planning that he calls participatory economics, or "parecon," and one of us (Fletcher, in his book

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  • Michael Albert developed a detailed approach to mass-based planning that he calls participatory economics, or "parecon," and one of us (Fletcher, in his book

    The Nation: Top Stories

  • However, the real value of Real Utopia, and of parecon, comes from a rather sharper challenge.

    Warren Ellis

  • Furthermore, it's dead easy to imagine some "participative economics" leftie parecon postsexist unclassified utopiated household thriving under Red Tory Post-Office microcapitalism.

    Warren Ellis

  • My advice to someone new to parecon would be to first turn to the brief chapters dealing with experience of parecon enterprises, such as Jessica Azulay's essay on The NewStandard, a trail-blazing radical online hard news paper that lit up the U.S. scene for four years.

    Warren Ellis

  • In parecon, this is known as a "balanced job complex."

    Warren Ellis

  • I carried on feeling this way until the summer of 2006 when, as part of a special ZNet conference, I watched Michael Albert ably and patiently fending off disbelief and fairly hostile criticisms of parecon from radical intellectuals just like me.

    Warren Ellis

  • However, parecon has met with a great deal of hostility in just the circles one would expect it to be welcomed.

    Warren Ellis

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