In this course students will strive to identify the essential social and economic traits of successful independent economic activity. They will survey and analyze real life, practical examples from the cooperative, ethical, ecological, fair, equitable, social or solidarity economic activities and/or recent evolutions in work organization and work methods, in the private and public sectors of countries from both the North and the South of the world. Special attention will be paid to work methods fashioned after the principles of equality, cooperation, fair and equitable distribution of power and resources, mutual help and assistance.
Schedule: Course will meet once per week for two hours. Time to be determined in consultation with students.
Location: Place to be determined in consultation with students.
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