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Humanizing the Economy: Co-operatives in the Age of Capital
By reading, you can know the knowledge and things more, not only about what you get from people to people. Book will be more trusted. As this humanizing the economy co operatives in the age ofExpand
Defining the Social Economy - The BC Context
The Emilian Model - Profile of a Co-operative Economy
Over the last two decades, the world has witnessed a near global conversion of regional economies to the ideology of corporate capital. Some of this development has been forced (through the practicesExpand
Co-operative Development, Policy, and Power in a Period of Contested Neoliberalism: The Case of Evergreen Co-operative Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio
Excerpt from Conclusion: Evergreen and its leaders have played a key role heightening the co-operative movements ambitions for growth and power in North America.There are efforts afoot to replicateExpand
Co-op Elder Care in Canada: A Call to Action
The National Task Force on Co-op Elder care consisted of the following members: Carol Hunter, Canadian Co-operative Association John Anderson, Canadian Co-operative Association Dennis Deters,Expand
Public policy for a social economy
The rise of interest in the social economy as a sector with a significant role to play in the changing dynamic of state/private sector relations has engendered a wide range of policies and practicesExpand
Enabling Policy for Health and Social Co-ops in BC
BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance; BC Co-operative Association; BC Institute for Co-operative Studies; VanCity Community Foundation
C7 Project Follow Up (Part 1) and Social Co-ops & Social Care
Project A2-2007 Co-operative Models of Social Care
This project is squarely within the mandate of SERC 1 with respect to the role of the social economy in the provision of human services. The project also responds to the major strategic questions andExpand