New Books in Economics Interview with Andrew Zitcer

A powerful new understanding of cooperation as an antidote to alienation and inequality[Andrew Zitcer's] interlocutors have an underlying passion – to create a place where cooperation, rather than competition, is the guiding principle. This approach to social practice has deep implications for the creation of a more equitable and just society. Zitcer’s personal immersion in his research yields a “loving critique” of his four case studies and offers a realistic optimism for our post-pandemic world.

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