Introduction: What about the Workers?
Part I Critical History of Power in the Firm: The Slow Transition of Work from the Private to the Public Sphere
- Stage One: The Workplace and Its Emergence from the Household
- The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Workers’ Movements and the Invention of Collective Bargaining
- The Twentieth Century and the Ambiguities of Institutional Innovations in the Capitalist Firm
- The Twenty-First-Century Service Economy is Bringing Work fully into the Public Sphere
Part II What Is a Firm?
- Obsolete Vision: Instrumental Rationality as the Firm’s Sole Logic
- Foundations for the Political Theory of the Firm
Part III Looking to the Future: From Political Bicameralism to Economic Bicameralism
- Bicameral Moments: A Pivotal Institutional Innovation for Governments in Democratic Transition
- Analogy: The Executive of the Firm Answering to a Two-Chamber Parliament
A Reader’s Guide for Reflection and Debate about Economic Bicameralism
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