Thanks for the video link.

>I don't know what you mean by 'ignore the reproduction of the production worker.'

To begin with, I meant the collective, rhetorical, "you", not you personally. Sorry, that was sloppily written and probably confusing.

But I was reading a bunch of statements in this thread about economics ignoring this or that aspect of economics, and in this statement,
> we ignore what's going on when thinking about how production of goods and services is organized.

...the first aspect of ignoring what is going on that came to my mind, is that people work in those organizations, and were born and raised and fed etc in families, etc etc. And the work in the family is not paid, thus ignored or more accurately taken advantage of in a lot of economic analyses.

It's difficult to include everything and so I understand narrowing one's focus.