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Ten percent of MCC’s surplus, following a Spanish law, is redirected toward charities, education, or culture, etc. How the remainder is distributed is at the discretion of worker-owners. In the current MCC model, 70% of the surplus is distributed as a dividend to individual worker-owners’ individual capital accounts. Although the member can withdraw the interest earned on the account, the principle amount is Commons and Cooperatives 39 inaccessible until the member retires or resigns. Surplus is therefore used to protect and promote job growth, arguably MCC’s modus operandi.
2002). Silent theft: The private plunder of our common wealth. New York: Routledge. Bowman, B. & Stone, B. (2006). ” Dollars & Sense. html Boyle, J. (2002). The second enclosure movement and the construction of the public domain.
Strongest in agricultural production, the sector also includes industrial, service, and software components. It links workers cooperatives and self-managed enterprises with alternative financial institutions, consumer cooperatives, and fair trade systems in an attempt to create a self-reinforcing network of economic activities in which participants’ activities are informed by an ethical and political sense of shared social responsibilities. The units of these networks are conceived not just as individually following principles of social and environmental justice, but providing inputs for each other, to create an intercooperative, self-expanding system.