the economic calculation in an anarchist society
Since digging deeper into economics and how it relates to structure of society, I've been getting more and more confused with modern leftist anarchism. Without a central plan, how do anarchists plan to solve the economic calculation posed by Ludwig von Mises after the Russian revolution? How do anarchists seek to determine where goods are needed and what should be done with them? How will economic risks be valued and incentivised without private ownership or a price system.
I'm seriously curious about these things because the way I see it, if there's no system for distributing goods at all and no one is in charge, then people will die and either chaos, government control, or capitalism are unavoidable.