Decision-Making in a Good Society: The Case for Nested Councils



Written by Professor Stephen R. Shalom, this paper focuses on how democratic decision-making would happen in a post-capitalist society and discusses the role of nested councils as a decision-making vehicle.


This paper was written as a working paper for mέta and is part of a 4-part series on post-capitalism.


Download the paper here.


The other papers in this series are available here:


Post-capitalist Allocation: Participatory Planning

Post-capitalist Work: Balanced jobs and equitable remuneration

Participatory Planning: Robin: Hahnel