Immigration and Worker Owned Businesses

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4 Responses

  1. Kate Litvak says:

    How is this different from a tired (and discredited) idea that workers are better off in coops?

  2. Miriam Cherry says:

    I hope that this article is neither ;).

    The article takes a pro-worker, critical race feminist standpoint.

    On LLCs versus co-ops in the choice-of-entity decision: In the state where I was conducting research for my clients (an immigrant workers’ advocacy group), the state LLC statute afforded more flexibility.

  3. Kate Litvak says:

    What is the substantive-economic (not legal-formalistic) difference between your proposed entity and a basic coop? What is the allocation of cash flow rights and control rights, source of startup and expansion capital, governance structure, admission of new members, compensation of departing members, etc.?

  4. Olga says:

    If they don’t want to work for such a little money they may think about starting a business. Or it’s prohibited?