1 edition of Worker co-operatives : an international bibliography = found in the catalog.
Worker co-operatives : an international bibliography =
by Centre for the Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Sask
Written in English
|Statement||Rolland LeBrasseur ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||LeBrasseur, Rolland., Bridault, Alain., Gillingham, David., Zinger, Terence., Lafrenière, Gérard, 1940-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 68 p.|
|Number of Pages||68|
Wright ends the book with lucid, in-depth case studies of successful worker cooperatives. Although Wright focuses on the history of U.S. co-ops, he clearly identifies the close relationships between the U.S. co-op movement and its international analogs, such as Mondragon in Spain and the worker occupation of factories in Argentina/5(4). Co-operatives UK and the International Cooperative Alliance are examples of such arrangements. Cooperative political movements [ edit ] In some countries with a strong cooperative sector, such as the UK, cooperatives may find it advantageous to form political groupings to represent their interests.
Citation Machine helps students and professionals properly credit the information that they use. Cite your book in MLA format for free. Sep 01, · The worker co-op model truly gives meaning to democracy as it should be in society as a mixed model integrated in the local lives, sustaining the livelihood and life itself. Very well worth the read. It's a descriptive book that doesn't I've to say this book was a lovely surprise!/5.
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Worker Co-operatives: An International Bibliography/ Coopératives de Travailleurs: Une Bibliographie awordathought.comd LeBrasseur, Alain Bridault, David Gallingham, Gérard Lafrenière, and Terence Zinger (76 pp., Occasional Paper), Developing Successful Worker Co-operatives is thus more than a penetrating and incisive over-view of the movement, it is an indispensable handbook for co-operators who need to find the necessary blend of idealism to keep co-operative principles alive and pragmatism to succeed in business′ - Co-operative Format: Hardcover.
Oct 19, · Worker Cooperatives and Revolution: History and Possibilities in the United States [Chris Wright] on awordathought.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Since the financial crisis of and the global popular protests ofmore people have begun to wonder and speculate: what's next for civilization.
Worker co-operatives : an international bibliography = book economic/5(4). International studies also find that worker co-operatives invest at least as much as conventional firms, probably preserve jobs and survive better, and are at least as awordathought.com: Virginie Pérotin.
Worker-owned cooperatives are business enterprises that are owned and governed by their employees. All worker cooperatives have two common characteristics: 1) member-owners invest in and own the business together, and share the enterprise’s profits, and 2) decision-making is democratic, with each member having one vote.
MLA International Bibliography covers literature, language and linguistics, folklore, film, literary theory and criticism, dramatic arts, as well as the historical aspects of printing and publishing. Listings on rhetoric and composition and the history, theory and practice of. Co-operative organization is broadly defined.
It refers not only to co-operatives as an institutional form, but any other organization that follows the principles of co-operation. Examples include consumer, housing, producer, and worker co-operatives, credit unions and mutuals.
History and Theory of Cooperatives. Globalcoop (). International co-operative alliance, global worker co-operatives are not focused on perpetuating profit to sustain an Author: Morris Altman. The MLA International Bibliography is an essential tool for research in all aspects of modern languages and literature.
Available as a searchable online database of more than million records and constantly updated by scholars in the field, the bibliography is used by academics and teachers around the world to find and share their work. Automatic works cited and bibliography formatting for MLA, APA and Chicago/Turabian citation styles.
Now supports 7th edition of MLA. EasyBib: Free Bibliography Generator - MLA, APA, Chicago citation. The Oxford Handbook of Mutual, Co-Operative, and Co-Owned Business investigates all types of 'member owned' organizations, whether consumer co-operatives, agricultural and producer co-operatives, worker co-operatives, mutual building societies, friendly societies, credit unions, solidarity organizations, mutual insurance companies, or employee-owned companies.
A worker cooperative is a cooperative that is owned and self-managed by its workers. This control may mean a firm where every worker-owner participates in decision-making in a democratic fashion, or it may refer to one in which management is elected by every worker-owner who each have one vote.
The aim is to investigate the recent emergence of worker co-operatives or “people's factories” in South Africa. The development of South African worker co-ops is situated in terms of key aspects of the restructuring of the economy and society during the awordathought.com by: 2.
It refers not only to co-operatives as an institutional form, but any other organization that follows the principles of co-operation. Examples include consumer, housing, producer, and worker co-operatives, credit unions and mutuals, multiparty alliances as well as different forms of collective, community, and social entrepreneurship.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. 2 What do we really know about Worker Co-operatives. Virginie Pérotin is Professor of Economics at Leeds University Business School and specialises in the effects of firm ownership and governance on performance, worker co-operatives, employee ownership and profit sharing.
Previous academic and research roles include positions at the International. Open Research Online Items Authored or Edited by Chris Cornforth The ed. London Business School Small Business Bibliography.
London, UK: London Business School. Cornforth, Chris (). Can entrepreneurship be institutionalised. The case of worker co-operatives. International Small Business Journal, 6(4) pp. 10– Cornforth.
Building Co-operative Power explores strategies from the Connecticut River Valley as a guide and inspiration for developing a regional co-operative economy based on a vibrant and engaged worker co-op sector.
It speaks directly to obstacles and opportunities for making worker co-operatives an increasingly important part of the U.S. economy. “A worker co-operative is a business that is owned and democratically controlled by the people who work in it.” (Co-operatives UK) Unlike England and Southern Europe, Australia has not embraced worker co-operatives as a route to job security, self-determination and justice.
In this article, I analyze the main characteristics of the movement of worker-managed factories in Argentina by exploring how factories were occupied, what motivated the workers' decision to create co-operatives, what made the factories economically viable, how they were legitimated by the community, which legal reforms workers achieved to Cited by: 3.
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New York: Oxford University Press.Jul 01, · JOHN WOOLHAM in this paper examines the relationship between aims and objectives in small and medium-sized worker co-operatives in the United Kingdom and analyses how they affect tendencies to 'degeneration' or economic failure.
Producer co-operatives enjoy increasing support and have attracted the attention of all sectors of the economic awordathought.com: John Woolham.Mar 01, · Grounded in both domestic and international illustrations of modern-day worker cooperatives and social enterprises, this article shows how the practices of these examples of social property give rise to more democratic management of the workplace and equitable outcomes for society than would ever be possible with conventionally owned awordathought.com by: