Cote, Ethel | Canada
Ã‰thel CÃ´tÃ© has been involved in the economic, social, cooperative and cultural fields for 30 years. As general manager for the Cooperation Council of Ontario (CCO) from 1994 to 2000, with a team, she revived this movement and fostered the implementation of some fifty work, services and production cooperatives in addition to supporting agricultural, agri-food, housing and child care cooperati...
Cradden, Conor | Ireland
Conor Cradden is a specialist in research and policy development in the fields of industrial relations and management. His particular areas of expertise are workplace democracy, partnership forms of industrial relations and corporate social responsibility (CSR). Craddenâ€™s book on the relationship between CSR and economic democracy, entitled Repoliticizing Management: A Theory of Corporate Leg...
Cromwell, David | United Kingdom
David Cromwell is a fulltime writer and co-editor, with David Edwards of Media Lens (http://www.medialens.org). He is also co-founder, with Mark Levene, of the Crisis Forum (http://www.crisis-forum.org.uk). Originally from Glasgow, where he obtained a PhD in solar physics, he left in 1988 to take up a research position in Boulder, Colorado. He then worked for Shell in the Netherlands...
Cronan Jr, John | United States
John Cronan Jr. is a restaurant worker of 11 years, organizer, and writer. He is a native of Providence, RI, but has lived in New York City for many years--where he has been involved in labor, student, and environmental organizing. Currently, John is an organizer for the Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York (ROC-NY), a membership based workers’ center ...
Crowell, Erbin | United States
Cuffe, Sandra | Canada
D'Arcy, Steve | Canada
An social activist and democratic theorist who lives with his two children in London, Ontario, Canada. A member of Climate Justice London.
Distinguished by his sense of humor and eloquence, Kevin Danaher is an exceptionally dynamic speaker. The New York Times calls him the "Paul Revere of globalization\'s woes." As co-founder and Director of Public Education for the human rights organization Global Exchange, Dr. Danaher has spoken at universities and for community organizations throughout the U.S., encouraging people t...
Davidson, Carl | United States
Carl Davidson is a national co-chair of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism, and a national board member of the Solidarity Economy Network. In the 1960s, he was a national secretary of Students of a Democratic Society, and a freedom marcher in Mississippi, and a national leader of the Vietnam antiwar movement. Davidson is the founder and executive director of Net...
Davis, Mike | United States
Named a Macarthur Fellow in 1998, he was also honored for distinguished achievement in nonfiction writing this past fall by the Lannan Literary Foundation. Professor Davis is the author of more than 20 books and more than 100 book chapters and essays in the scholarly and elite popular press. His scholarly interest span urban studies, the built environment, economic history and social movement...
De angelis, Massimo | England
Massimo De Angelis is Professor of Political Economy at the University of East London. His most recent book is "The Beginning of History, Value Struggles and Global Capital" (Pluto 2007). He is the editor of the web journal and blog at www.thecommoner.org . These days his research focus on crisis and the commons.
Delgado, Carol | Venezuela
Demirkent, Dincer | Turkey
Demirovic, Alex | Germany
Born in 1952, PhD in Philosophy in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Actually teaching Political Theory at the Technical University Berlin. Publications on democracy, industrial democracy and trade unions, state theory, critical theory, Michel Foucault, Niklas Luhmann, regulation school, discourse analysis.
Desai, Swati | India
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