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We would like to highlight a recently published article by Caroline Shenaz Hossein in the Feminist Economics journal. Her paper is titled "Racialized People, Women, and Social Enterprises: Politicized Economic Solidarity in Toronto". It is open access!
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Newly published in the Review of Social Economy! “Public ownership, worker control, and the labour epistocracy problem” by Nicholas Vrousalis. It’s available to read for free!