Theoretical Transitions Between Market Fundamentalism and Cooperative Economics

If you are unlucky enough to remember your economics class in college days, you’ll remember terms like “factors in production”, “supply and demand” and “the rational actor”. The question for those exploring cooperative economics is what do we do with these terms? Early cooperative theories just took over these terms, while having no cooperative theoretical categories. But in Luis Razeto Migliaro books, cooperative economic theory is built on a whole new foundation.
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