This is a wonderful new film on economic democracy, by Patrik Witkowsky.
If you ever hoped that there was a better way, watch this film. There is, and this film depicts it.
In a measured, balanced way, Patrik allows people to speak for themselves, from a multitude of viewpoints. Some of what the practitioners say may bring tears (of joy) to your eyes; and, at the other end of the scale, the Appointed Representative of the Traditional Employers digs himself into a pit of cynicism and biting hostility – but, since this is Sweden, expressed in a relatively civilised way.
As well as practice, and ideology, the film delves into theory, explanations of why the current system is in such deep trouble, and why economic democracy makes such a difference.