Guy Major is a senior lecturer in Neuroscience at Cardiff University, with a lifelong interest in employee ownership and workplace democracy. His main ‘day job’ research interests include computational neuroscience and applying A.I. techniques to automated marking of assessments, including practice tests with detailed expert feedback, which ultimately may be a route to improving educational standards and maybe even human intelligence, if applied across the educational system.
Published in: ourEconomyDebt-to-equity swaps: towards a fairer post-pandemic world
Firms are likely to emerge from this crisis with large debts, and it will be workers that pay the price. But there...
Published in: ourEconomyMake capital work for us! A real-world proposal for gradual transformation of the economy
Employee ownership is crucial for economic democracy, but worker controlled firms can struggle to raise needed funds.