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Worker Co-operatives

Worker Co-operatives

an international bibliography

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Published by Centre for the Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Sask .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Producer cooperatives -- Bibliography,
  • Cooperation -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCoopératives de travailleurs : une bibliographie internaionale.
    Statementcompiled by Rolland LeBrasseur ... [et al.] = Coopératives de travailleurs : une bibliographie internationale / compilée par Rolland LeBrasseur ... [et al.].
    GenreBibliography
    ContributionsLeBrasseur, Rolland.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination v., 68, p. ;
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23758733M

    When you want to get this Building Co-operative Power: Stories And Strategies From Worker Co-operatives In The Connecticut River Valley, By Janelle Cornwell, Michae as your book reading, you can click the web link page to download and install Building Co-operative Power: Stories And Strategies From Worker Co-operatives In The Connecticut River. There are also other types of co-operatives covering other aspects of life. Housing co-operatives provide secure, affordable housing; consumer co-operatives help people buy stuff or services in bulk; and social centres provide space for meetings, events and socialising. This book focuses on setting up a small scale grassroots workers’ co-op File Size: 3MB.

    Join Cooperatives West Midlands on a guided ride of the Rea Valley cycle route and visit the many worker-led co-operatives along the way. Find out how cycling in the city is evolving, explore the social and environmental benefits of travelling by bike and connect with the social enterprises that can help you make the switch to two wheels.   This was published 5 years ago. Worker's co-operatives: A stake in the businesss When employees and bosses join forces in a workers co-operative, everybody wins, writes Michael Green.

    Participation in Worker Cooperatives. The book demonstrates how co-operatives can perform on equal terms with other forms of commercial organization despite the challenges faced from operating.   Everybody knows that members of the Baby Boomer generation have begun retiring. But it’s the pace at which those folks are leaving the workforce – .


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A fantastic book that gives a clear overview -- and hints towards the future -- of the history of worker co-ops Worker Co-operatives book the U.S.

Wright devotes a few necessary chapters to the broad, theoretical questions raised by Marxist theory (at times drifting towards historicism), critiquing statist, top-down bureaucracies of Leninists, and advocating for the slower, grassroots potential of worker cooperatives/5(4).

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 Cited by: `The authors of this Worker Co-operatives book arrive at a more optimistic prospect.

They see ways of solving the fundamental dilemma of worker co-operatives, by finding an appropriate and stable balance `between the idealism needed to keep co-operative principles alive and the pragmatism needed to survive as a business′.Format: Hardcover.

Starting any business is a risky venture, but more and more people in Britain are choosing to start in business as co-operatives. This in-depth study looks at the causes of the success and failure of co-operatives, and provides the most complete survey of British co-operatives to : Chris Cornforth.

USFWC Worker Co-op Support and Solidarity Call on Tuesday, Webinar de MIC: Plan de Negocios en un Escenario Emergente on Wednesday, USFWC Solidaridad de las cooperativas de trabajadores on Tuesday, USFWC Policy and Advocacy Council - Member Strategy Meeting on Thursday, Radiate Bay Area Info Session 1 on Thursday.

Worker Cooperatives We intend to raise the consciousness of the people of the world by demonstrating what is possible when we work together in a private, for-profit, worker cooperative business structure, that is designed to narrow the wealth gap as well as address social issues, operate at a very high level, and serve as a great place to work.

Cooperatives and the World of Work. As the world of work and jobs is more uncertain than ever through the rise of robotics and the gig economy, Co-operatives and the World of Work furthers the debate on the future of work, sustainable development, and the social and solidarity economy of which cooperatives are a fundamental component.

Co-operatives work for the sustainable development of their communities through policies approved by their members. Latest news. The Worker Co-op Conference is moving online May 5, Applying for the EIDL or PPP. Download this guide to share with your lenders and service providers.

Ap The nature and structure of worker co-operatives; Objective class interests. The nature and structure of worker co-operatives means that members assume the role of both worker and employer. While we must carry out or jobs as we would in any other business we also have the added responsibility of managing the company and insuring its financial.

It is grounded in 50 field interviews with former and current worker co-operators and the regional development model of the Valley Alliance of Worker Co-operatives (VAWC). This book is a guide and inspiration for building worker co-operatives as well as co-operative economic development through inter-cooperation in any region in this country.

Nearly a billion people entered the 21st century unable to read a book or sign their names. Only billion people in developing countries have adequate water and billion lack basic sanitation.

Worldwide billion people live without electricity. For every $1 in aid a developing country receives, over $25 is spent on debt repayment. Because worker co-operatives are owned and run by them, employees in worker-owned co-operatives have far more say in the business, from day-to-day concerns through to major strategic issues.

The largest study comparing the productivity of worker co-operatives with that of conventional businesses finds that in several industries, conventional. Worker Co-operatives has 1, members.

A public UK and international group connecting worker co-operators and people with an interest in industrial. One such report is Nina K. Dastur’s Understanding Worker-Owned Cooperatives (), published by the Center for Community Change, which outlines the benefits of worker-owned cooperatives, explains how the model aligns with the goals of grassroots organizing groups, and identifies strategies that organizers can use to support cooperative development.

Though we don’t yet have comprehensive data on the nature and scope of worker cooperatives in the U.S., our research has verified worker cooperatives in the United States. These democratic workplaces employ around 7, people and generat over $ million in annual revenues.

The number of worker cooperatives has grown steadily over the past 20 years, and is made up of both well. Developing successful worker co-operatives.

London ; Newbury Park: Sage Publications, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Chris Cornforth.

The new wave of interest in workers' co-operatives A co-op activist network's new book is encouraging worker ownership and drawing on. by Oliver Nathan (ZACF) Introduction Worker co-operatives in post apartheid South Africa have all too often been championed by certain sections of the labour movement and some on the left as part of the solution to the ‘structural unemployment’ facing the popular classes in the current dispensation.

Moreover, and often framed in purely ideological, often. on Co-operatives LIST OF TABLES Distribution of World Co-operative Societies in 42 List of Surviving Older Style Producers’ Co-operatives Registered under the UK Industrial and Provident Societies’ Acts in 45 Italian Workers’ Co-operatives, Lega Workers.

"Building Co-operative Power is an important and ambitious work. The movement in the Connecticut River Valley, as laid out beautifully in this book, is a model for regional cooperative thinking and planning, and should be an inspiration to people and activists around the world. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thornley, Jennifer.

Workers' co-operatives. London: Heinemann Educational Books, © (OCoLC)The Future of Worker Co-operatives in Hostile Environments: Some Reflections from Down Under. Allan Halladay and Colin Peile (94 pp., Occasional Paper), Worker Co-operatives and Worker Ownership: Issues Affecting the Development of Worker Co-operatives in opher Axworthy and David Perry ( pp., Occasional Paper), Governance and Management structures in worker co-operatives The other day a consumer co-operative Board member asked if I could send them some info on what worker co-operative governance and management structures look like.