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A Comparison of Models of Economic Democracy: Towards the World of Shared Sovereignty

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The article focuses on a comparison of three models of economic democracy: participative democracy, enterprise (co-operative) economic democracy, and autonomous economic democracy. It analyzes the main characteristics of the models, and their advantages and disadvantages. It also stresses that, at the age of global interactions, we cannot develop economic democracy in a meaningful way only within a framework of nation states because they are too small to manage big macro-regional and global problems. That is why we have to face an issue of recognition of state sovereignty, specifically absolute and shared (divided) kinds of sovereignty.

Affiliations: 1: Centre of Global Studies, Institute of Philosophy at the Czech Academy of Sciences Prague marek.hrubec@gmail.com

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