Humanizing the Economy
by John Restakis. read by David M. Adams
Co-Operatives in the Age of Capital
“An illuminating, involving survey” – “An economist thinks it’s terrific”
Humanizing the Economy shows how co-operative models for economic and social development can create a more equitable, just, and humane future. With over 800 million members in 85 countries and a long history linking economics to social values, the co-operative movement is the most powerful grassroots movement in the world. Highlighting the hopes and struggles of everyday people seeking to make their world a better place, Humanizing the Economy is essential reading for anyone who cares about the reform of economics, globalization, and social justice.