References for Theme: Workplace Republicanism
- Anderson, Elizabeth
- Breen, Keith
"Production and Productive Reason"
"Freedom, Republicanism, and Workplace Democracy"
"Non-Domination, Workplace Republicanism, and the Justification of Worker Voice and Control"
"Meaningful Work and Freedom: Self-realization, Autonomy, and Non-domination in Work"
- Ciepley, David
"Beyond Public and Private: Toward a Political Theory of the Corporation"
“The ascent of corporations is one of the great, if unheralded, paradoxes of the modern West. Corporations are regarded as the apogee of modern capitalism and have found their most fertile soil within liberal, democratic, capitalist polities, where their legal protections are most numerous. Yet they are of premodern provenance and themselves violate all the basic principles of liberalism, democracy, and free-market capitalism. More than any other phenomenon, the rise of corporations challenges the adequacy of our liberal individualist frames and underscores the urgency of complicating them.” p.156
- Dagger, Richard
- González-Ricoy, Iñigo
- Gourevitch, Alex
"Labor and Republican Liberty"
"Labor Republicanism and the Transformation of Work"
"The Limits of a Basic Income: Means and Ends of Workplace Democracy"
- Hsieh, Nien-Hê
"Rawlsian Justice and Workplace Republicanism"
"Workplace Democracy, Workplace Republicanism, and Economic Democracy"
"Work, Ownership, and Productive Enfranchisement"
- Jacob, Daniel; Neuhäuser, Christian
- Lovett, Frank
- Pavlish, Carol L; Hunt, Roberta J; Sato, Hui-Wen; Brown-Saltzman, Katherine
"Exploring Work Orientations and Cultural Accounts of Work: Toward a Research Agenda for Examining the Role of Culture in Meaningful Work"
- Pettit, Philip
"Freedom in the Market"
"A Republican Right to a Basic Income?"
“A universal right would mean that those who rely on the basic income – distinct from the independently wealthy – will not have to assert their right on the grounds of being a class apart: people who depend on others’ goodwill and are easier targets of control and domination. And a universal right symbolizes the fundamental equality of all in relation to the collective provisions of government; only some will depend on the basic income that all receive, but all can see that the income is there to depend on, should they themselves fall on hard times.” pp. 5-6
Just Freedom: A Moral Compass for a Complex World
- Vrousalis, Nicholas
- White, Stuart
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