David Friedman on "Agorism"
"My own preference is for the sort of economic institutions which have been named, I think by Robert LeFevre, agoric. Under agoric institutions almost everyone is self-employed. Instead of corporation there are large groups of entrepreneurs related by trade, not authority. Each sells, not his time, but what his time produces."
-- David Friedman, The Machinery of Freedom, pp. 144-145
I'd add the caveat that, under state capitalism, the implementation of such ideas is usually carried out under the aegis of Tom Peters' rhetoric ("outsource everything!") and is all too likely to appear reality as described by Naomi Klein in No Logo: a network of "independent" sweatshop fiefdoms subject to the quasi-feudal authority of a corporate headquarters that retains control of finance, intellectual property and branding, and mass purchasing power. But in a decentralized free market economy (as I suggested in "What Can Bosses Know?"), I'd expect present corporate hierarchies to be replaced by some combination of independent contracting and cooperative ownership.