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Trends and challenges for co-operatives and social enterprises in developed and transition countries

@inproceedings{Borzaga2004TrendsAC,
  title={Trends and challenges for co-operatives and social enterprises in developed and transition countries},
  author={Carlo Borzaga and Roger Spear},
  year={2004}
}
Recent years have witnessed a new interest in co-operative organizations, especially as a consequence of their transformation and expansion in new fields of activity. These two phenomena are connected, since transformation appears to be the prerequisite for expanding activities in new areas and as such, are worthy of specific analysis. This work explores co-operative evolutionary dynamics in advanced and transition economies with a view to provide researchers and practitioners interested in… 

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