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Agricultural Cooperatives in the United States and Nepal: A Comparative Study

  title={Agricultural Cooperatives in the United States and Nepal: A Comparative Study},
  author={Abin Ojha},



Agricultural Cooperatives around the World

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  • 2018

Comparing Cooperative Principles of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the International Cooperative Alliance

The cooperative principles of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and those of the International Cooperative Alliance (ICA) trace their origins back to the Rochdale statement developed in 1860,

The Future of Farm Cooperatives in the United States

Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice

The United Nations declared 2012 the International Year of Co-operatives because of the mighty contributions that co-operative enterprises have realised in terms of economic development and inclusive

Discussion: Government Regulations and Market Performance—Problems in Research, and Future Roles for Agricultural Cooperatives

Professor Peter Helmberger has prepared an interesting paper on "Future Roles for Agricultural Cooperatives." I agree with much in Professor Helmberger's paper-especially his emphasis on the

Cooperatives in a Capitalistic Economy

THE current controversy between leaders of cooperatives and other types of business organization has directed renewed attention to the role of cooperatives in our capitalistic private enterprise

The Future of Agricultural Cooperatives in North America: Discussion

We are in the midst of rapid, far-reaching changes in the structure of agriculture in North America. Competitive markets for some traditional agricultural products are disappearing, while markets for

Community Development Credit Unions: Securing and Protecting Assets in Black Communities

Credit Unions, with a hundred year history, and Community Development Credit Unions (CDCUs), with a 30–40 year history of serving the under-served, have only recently begun to be recognized by some