From Sharing to Cooperation: Lessons from Mondragón in the “New Economy”

The City Lab

This semester I was fortunate to be included in the program for the “First International Conference on the Links between USA and Spain”, which was held at the University of Alcala, Spain. I presented the paper “From Sharing to Cooperation: Lessons from Mondragón in the ‘New Economy'”, which you can read here

As you may know, the phrase “the new economy” emerged in the late 1980s and 1990s and it is by no means “new” at this point, but rather points us toward an economy that has decidedly moved from Fordist arrangements of labor and production to what has been referred to as “post-Fordist”, relying on “flexible” or causalized labor and “just in time” production. Within that larger framework of a “new” economy, we have witnessed the rise of what is more specifically called “the sharing economy” and, in this paper, I sketch the terrain of labor, technology, data, and…

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