Under full self-management the right to manage rests exclusively with workers and is in no way tied to the ownership of capital. Nonetheless, this right seems, in some capitalist firms, to be partially shared between managers and workers, even though the former remain the agents of capital owners. As remarked in chapter one there exist, under capitalism, many partial alternatives to full self-management. In this chapter the focus is on managerial participation, while financial participation is discussed in chapter six.
KeywordsBargaining Power Real Wage Work Participation Wage Bargaining Capitalist Firm
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