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'''= "Solidarity cooperatives” are multi-stakeholder coops, bringing togther all parties involved in a particular endeavor―workers, consumers, producers and members of the larger community―in a democratic structure of ownership and control.''' [http://jasecon.wik.is/Production/Solidarity_Cooperatives]
 
'''= "Solidarity cooperatives” are multi-stakeholder coops, bringing togther all parties involved in a particular endeavor―workers, consumers, producers and members of the larger community―in a democratic structure of ownership and control.''' [http://jasecon.wik.is/Production/Solidarity_Cooperatives]
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=More Information=
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* Girard, J-P (2004) “Solidarity Cooperatives in Quebec (Canada): an Overview” in: C. Borzaga
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and R. Spear (Eds.), Trends and Challenges for Co-operatives and Social Enterprises in
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Developed and Transition Countries, Edizioni 31, Trento, Italy.
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* Girard, J-P. (2009) “Solidarity Co-operatives (Quebec, Canada): How Social Enterprises can
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Combine Social and Economic Goals” in Noya, A. (Ed.), The Changing Boundaries of Social
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Enterprises. Paris: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). 14"
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* Lund, M. (2010). Solidarity as a Business Model: A Multi-stakeholder Cooperative Manual.
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Kent, Ohio. Cooperative Development Center, Kent State University.
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Revision as of 02:31, 14 June 2014

= "Solidarity cooperatives” are multi-stakeholder coops, bringing togther all parties involved in a particular endeavor―workers, consumers, producers and members of the larger community―in a democratic structure of ownership and control. [1]


More Information

  • Girard, J-P (2004) “Solidarity Cooperatives in Quebec (Canada): an Overview” in: C. Borzaga

and R. Spear (Eds.), Trends and Challenges for Co-operatives and Social Enterprises in Developed and Transition Countries, Edizioni 31, Trento, Italy.

  • Girard, J-P. (2009) “Solidarity Co-operatives (Quebec, Canada): How Social Enterprises can

Combine Social and Economic Goals” in Noya, A. (Ed.), The Changing Boundaries of Social Enterprises. Paris: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). 14"

  • Lund, M. (2010). Solidarity as a Business Model: A Multi-stakeholder Cooperative Manual.

Kent, Ohio. Cooperative Development Center, Kent State University.