WRITING

Book

 

Vieta, M. (2020). Workers’ self-management in Argentina: Contesting neo-liberalism by occupying companies, creating cooperatives, and recuperating autogestión. Leiden and Chicago: Brill Academic Publishers and Haymarket Books (Historical Materialism Book Series) (available October 2019 with a 2020 publication date, soft-cover to follow in 2020).

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

 

Heras, A.-I. & Vieta, M. (2020). Self-managed enterprise: Worker-recuperated co-operatives in Argentina and Latin America. In J.K. Gibson-Graham & K. Dombroski (Eds.)., The handbook of diverse economies (pp. 48-55). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

 

Vieta, M. (2019). Recuperating and (re)learning the language of autogestión in Argentina’s empresas recuperadas worker cooperatives. Journal of Cultural Economy, 12(5), 401-422. 

 

Vieta, M. (2019). Saving jobs and businesses in times of crisis: The Italian road to creating worker cooperatives from worker buyouts. In B. Roelants, S. Esim, W. Katajamäki, & S. Novkovic (Eds.), Cooperatives and the world of work. Geneva: International Labour Organization (in press).

Bianchi, M. & Vieta, M. (2019). Italian community co-operatives responding to economic crisis and state withdrawal: A new model for socio-economic development. For the Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for the Social and Solidarity Economy? conference, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) (Jun. 25-26).

 

Vieta, M. (2019). W: Workers’ buyout. In A. Bernardi & S. Monni (Eds.), Parole chiave per l’empresa cooperative del futuro (pp. 209-2016). Bologna: Il Mulino.

Vieta, M. (2018). Autogestión ayer, hoy y mañana (prólogo/prologue). In A. Ruggeri, Autogestión y revolución: De las primeras cooperativas a Petrograda y Barcelona (pp. 16-22). Buenos Aires: Ediciones Callao.

 

Vieta, M. (2018). New co-operativism in Latin America: Implications for Cuba. In S. Novkovic & H. Veltmeyer (Eds.), Cooperativism and local development in Cuba: An agenda for democratic social change (pp. 51-81). Leiden: Brill.

Ruggeri, A., Antivero, J., Polti, N., & Vieta, M. (2018). The University of Buenos Aires’ Programa Facultad Abierta: Reflections on a collaborative and political–academic university extension initiative with Argentina’s self-managed workers. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 64(2), 194-201.

Vieta, M. (2017). Inklings of the great refusal: Echoes of Marcuse’s post-technological rationality today. In T. Wolfson, A. Lamas, & P. Funke (Eds.), The great refusal: Herbert Marcuse and contemporary social movements (pp. 258-282). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

 

Giovannini, M. & Vieta, M. (2017). Cooperatives in Latin America. In J. Michie, J. Blassi, & C. Borzaga (Eds.), The  Oxford handbook of mutual, co-operative, and co-owned businesses (pp. 335-347). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Vieta, M. (2016). Marcuse’s “transcendent project” at 50: Post-technological rationality for our times. Radical Philosophy Review (50th anniversary special issue of the publication of One-Dimensional Man), 19(1), 143-172.

Vieta, M. (2016). B: Workers’ buyout. In A. Bernardi & S. Monni (Eds.), The co-operative firm: Keywords (pp. 23-38). Rome: Università degli Studi Roma Tre Press/Roma TrE-Press.

 

Vieta, M., Quarter, J., Spear, R., & Moskovskaya, A. (2016). Participation in worker co-operatives. In D. Horton Smith, R.A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz (Eds.), Palgrave handbook of volunteering, civic participation, and nonprofit associations (pp. 436-453). Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Vieta, M. (2016). Autogestión: Prefiguring the “new cooperativism” and “the labour commons.” In C. DuRand (Ed.), Moving beyond capitalism (pp. 55-63). London: Routledge.

Vieta, M. & Lionais, D. (2015). The cooperative advantage for community development (editorial). Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Diversity, 4(1), 1-10.

 

Vieta, M., Schatz, N., & Kasparian, G. (2015). Social return on investment for Good Foot Delivery: A collaborative reflection. Nonprofit Management & Leadership, 26(2), 157-172.

 

Ruggeri, A. & Vieta, M. (2015). Argentina’s worker-recuperated enterprises, 2010-2013: A synthesis of recent empirical findings. Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Diversity, 4(1), 75-103.

Vieta, M. & Depedri, S. (2015). Le imprese recuperata in Italia. In C. Borzaga (Ed.), Economia cooperativa italiane: Rilevanza, evoluzione e nuove frontiere della cooperazione italiana: Terzo rapporto Euricse, 2015 (pp. 220-244). Trento, Italy: European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises.

 

Sengupta, U., Vieta, M., & McMurtry, J.J. (2015). Indigenous communities and social enterprise in Canada: Incorporating culture as an essential ingredient of entrepreneurship. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, 6(1), 104-123.

 

Brouard, F., McMurtry, J.J., & Vieta, M. (2015). Social enterprises models in Canada: Ontario. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, 6(1), 63-82.

 

Vieta, M. (2014). The stream of self-determination and autogestión: Prefiguring alternative economic realities. Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization, 14(4), 781-809.

 

Vieta, M. (2014). Learning in struggle: Argentina’s new worker cooperatives as transformative learning organizations. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 69(1), 186-218.

 

Vieta, M. (2014). Saving more than jobs: Transforming workers, businesses, and communities through Argentina’s worker-recuperated enterprises. In Social and solidarity economy: Towards inclusive and sustainable development (pp. 5-34). Geneva: International Labour Organization (ILO).

 

Atzeni, M. & Vieta, M. (2014). Between class and the market: Self-management in theory and in the practice of worker-recuperated enterprises in Argentina. In M. Parker, G. Cheney, V. Fournier, & C. Land (Eds.), Routledge companion to alternative organization (pp. 47-63). London: Routledge.

 

Vieta, M. & Ralón, L. (2013). Being-in-the-technologically-mediated-world: The existential philosophy of Marshall McLuhan. Popular Culture Studies Journal, 1(1 & 2), 36-60.

Vieta, M. (2013). Recuperating a workplace, creating a community space: The story of Cooperativa Chilavert Artes Gráficas. Scapegoat: Architecture, Landscape, Political Economy, 4, 160-178.

 

Ralón, L. & Vieta, M. (2012). McLuhan and phenomenology. Explorations in Media Ecology: Journal of the Media Ecology Association, 10(3 & 4), 181-201.

 

Ralón, L. & Vieta, M. (2012). Reinterpretación fenomenológica del modelo de la experiencia: Pensando a lo McLuhan. Infoamérica: Iberoamerican Communication Review, 7/8, 97-119.

Vieta, M. (2012). From managed employees to self-managed workers: The transformations of labour at Argentina’s worker-recuperated enterprises. In M. Atzeni (Ed.), Alternative work organization (pp. 129-157). Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Vieta, M., Larrabure, M., & Schugurensky, D. (2012). Social businesses in 21st century Latin America: The cases of Argentina and Venezuela. In J. Quarter, L. Mook, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic (pp. 113-155). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 

Laraburre, M., Vieta, M., & Schugurensky, D. (2011). The “new cooperativism” in Latin America: Worker-recuperated enterprises and socialist production units. Studies in the Education of Adults, 43(2), 181-196.

 

Vieta, M. (2010). The social innovations of autogestión in Argentina’s worker-recuperated enterprises: Cooperatively organizing productive life in hard times. Labor Studies Journal, 35(3), 295-321.

Vieta, M. (2010). The new cooperativism (editorial). Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action, 4(1), 1-11.

Vieta, M. (2010). Book review of Living economics: Canadian perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development, edited by J.J. McMurtry. Canadian Journal of Non-Profit and Social Economy Research, 1(1), 105-109.

 

Vieta, M. (2010). Hope for our technological inheritance? From substantive critiques of technology to Marcuse’s post-technological rationality. Strategies of Critique: Graduate Journal of Social and Political Thought, 2(1), 1-20.

Vieta, M. & Ruggeri, A. (2009). The worker-recovered enterprises as workers’ cooperatives: The conjunctures, challenges, and innovations of self-management in Argentina and Latin America. In J.J. McMurtry & D. Reed (Eds.), Co-operatives in a global economy: The challenges of co-operation across borders (pp. 178-225). Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.

 

Vieta, M. (2009). Las empresas recuperadas por sus trabajadores como cooperativas de trabajo. In A. Ruggeri (Ed.), Las empresas recuperadas: Autogestión obrera en Argentina y Latinoamérica (pp. 93-102). Buenos Aires: University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Philosophy and Letters Press.

 

Vieta, M. (2009). Desafíos e innovaciones sociales en las empresas recuperadas por sus trabajadores. In A. Ruggeri (Ed.), Las empresas recuperadas: Autogestión obrera en Argentina y Latinoamérica (pp. 103-114). Buenos Aires: University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Philosophy and Letters Press.

de Peuter, G., Shaw, C., & Vieta, M. (2007). Recovering and recreating spaces of production: A virtual roundtable with protagonists of Argentina’s worker-recovered enterprises movement. Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action, 1(1), 33-48.

 

Vieta, M. (2005). Rethinking life online: The interactional self as a theory for internet-mediated communication. Iowa Journal of Communication, 37(1), 27-57.

Chee, F., Vieta, M., & Smith, R. (2005). Online gaming and the interactional self: Identity interplay in situated practice. In P. Williams, S.Q. Hendricks, & W.K. Winkler (Eds.), Gaming as culture: Essays on reality, identity, and experience in fantasy games (pp. 154-174). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

 

Ralón, L., Vieta, M., & Vásquez, L. (2004). (De)formación en línea: Acerca de las desventajas de la educación virtual. Comunicar, 22, 171-176.

 

Edited Journals

Vieta, M. & Lionais, D. (Eds.). (2015). The cooperative advantage for community development (special issue). Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Diversity, 4(1).

 

Vieta, M. (Ed.). (2010). The new cooperativism (special issue). Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action, 4(1).

 

Reports and Working Papers

Vieta, M., Depedri, S., & Carrano, A. (2017). The Italian road to recuperating enterprises and the Legge Marcora framework: Italy’s worker buyouts in times of crisis. Research Report No. 015|17. Trento, Italy: European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises.

 

Vieta, M. (2015). The Italian road to creating worker cooperatives from workers’ buyouts: The emergence of Italy’s worker-recuperated enterprises and the Legge Marcora framework. SSRN and Euricse Working Papers 78/11. Trento, Italy: European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises.

 

Duguid, F., Tarhan, M.D., & Vieta, M. (2015). New cooperative development in Canada: Findings from research emerging from the Co-operative Development Initiative (2009-2013). Program Report presented to Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada (CMC) and the Measuring the Co-operative Difference Research Network (MCDRN). Ottawa, Canada (May 1). http://www.cooperativedifference.coop/co-operatives-in-canada/new-co-operative-development-in-canada/

 

McMurtry, J.J., Brouard, F., Elson, P., Hall, P., Lionais, D., & Vieta, M. (2015). Social enterprises in Canada: Context, models, and institutions. ICSEM Working Papers No. 2015-04. Report presented to the International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM). EMES Network. Liege, Belgium: University of Liege (Apr. 15).

 

Brouard, F., McMurtry, J.J., & Vieta, M. (2015). Social enterprise models in Canada: Ontario. Report presented to the International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM), EMES Network. EMES Network. Liege, Belgium: University of Liege (Apr. 15).

 

Vieta, M. (2013). The emergence of the empresas recuperadas por sus trabajadores: A political economic and sociological appraisal of two decades of self-management in Argentina. SSRN and Euricse Working Paper 55/13. Trento, Italy: European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises.

 

Vieta, M. (2012). Recuperating enterprises, reviving communities: A cross-national assessment of conversions of investor-owned businesses in crisis into labour-managed firms. Position Paper presented to the European Commission by the European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises. Brussels, Belgium (Apr. 21).

Other Scholarly Publications

Vieta, M. & Duguid, F. (2020). Canada’s co-operatives: Helping communities during and after the coronavirus. The Conversation (Apr. 20).

Vieta, M. (2017). Las empresas recuperadas italianas: Dentro y más allá de la Ley Marcora. Autogestión para Otra Economía, 1(3), 30-33.

 

Duguid, F., Tarhan, M.D., & Vieta, M. (2015). New co-operative development in Canada: Findings from research emerging from the co-operative development initiative (2009-2013). Research synopsis. 

 

Vieta, M., & Duguid, F. (2013). Innovations and challenges of co-operative development in Canada. Measuring the Co-operative Difference Network Newsletter, 3(4), 4.

 

Vieta, M. (2012). Cuba’s coming co-operative economy? Reflections from two recent field trips. The Bullet: The Socialist Project’s E-Bulletin, No. 667 (Jul. 18). With reprints in: GlobalResearch.ca: Centre for Research on Globalization (Jul. 18, 2012); ZNet Magazine (Jul. 21, 2012); Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal (Jul. 21, 2012). Translation into Italian: “Cuba: In arrivo l’economia cooperativa?” ZNet Italy Magazine (Jul. 23).

 

Vieta, M. (2012). Cuba and the coming cooperative economy: Some initial reflections. Canadian Association for Studies in Co-operation Newsletter (Spring), 12-16.

 

Vieta, M., & Askew, K. (2012). From nothing to the fastest growing medical clinic in the province: Cooperativa de Trabajo Salud Junín. Featured story for www.stories.coop and the book Building a better world: 100 stories of co-operation. ICA 2012. International Cooperative Alliance and European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises initiative (Mar. 21). http://stories.coop/stories/written/nothing-fastest-growing-medical-clinic-province 

Vieta, M., & Askew, K. (2012). Argentinean workers take destiny into their own hands: Unión Solidaria de Trabajadores. A featured story for www.stories.coop and the book Building a better world: 100 stories of co-operation. ICA 2012. International Cooperative Alliance and European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises initiative (Mar. 1). http://stories.coop/stories/written/union-solidaria-trabajadores

 

Vieta, M., & Askew, K. (2012). Artes Gráficas Chilavert. A featured story for www.stories.coop and the book Building a better world: 100 stories of co-operation. ICA 2012. International Cooperative Alliance and European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises initiative (Feb. 14). http://stories.coop/stories/written/artes-graficas-chilavert

 

Vieta, M. (2011). David Noble as teacher and friend. Canadian Dimension, 45(2) (Mar./Apr.), 33.

 

Gracie, T. & Vieta, M. (2010). Reaching out: Facilitating youth and student co-operativism. Canadian Association for Studies in Co-operation Newsletter (Winter), 11-12.

 

Vieta, M. (2006). Argentina’s worker-recovered enterprises movement: Reconstituting working lives. New Socialist Magazine, 57, 21-23.

 

Vieta, M. (2005). A critical look at York University’s email policy for graduate students. Critical Times, 2(7) (Oct.), 14-15.

 

Vieta, M. (2003). What’s the matter with the blogosphere? Digest: Innovations in New Media, 1.10 (Nov.).