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Cooperative autonomy

the dialectic of State-NGOs relationship in developing countries

by Bishwapriya Sanyal

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Published by International Institute for Labour Studies in Geneva .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries,
  • Developing countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Non-governmental organizations -- Developing countries.,
    • Developing countries -- Economic policy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 59-72).

      StatementBishwapriya Sanyal.
      SeriesResearch series ;, 100, Research series (International Institute for Labour Studies) ;, no. 100.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC59.7 .S2733 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 72 p. ;
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1233401M
      ISBN 109290145307
      LC Control Number94235875

        Both Spahr's critical and scholarly studies, i.e., Everybodys Autonomy: Connective Reading and Collective Identity (), and her poetry have shown She is the recipient of the Hardison Poetry Prize awarded by the Folger Shakespeare Library to honor a U.S. poet whose art and teaching demonstrate great imagination and daring/5. Republic Act Republic of the Philippines they shall do so on terms that ensure democratic control of their members and maintain their cooperative autonomy. "(5) Education, Training and Information - Cooperatives shall provide education and training for their members, elected and appointed representatives, managers, and employees, so.

      Cooperative autonomy: The dialectic of State-NGOs relationship in developing countries (Research series): ISBN () Softcover, . Cooperative principle four: Autonomy and do you think about it? Or perhaps a better question is—do you ever think about it? In my consulting practice, I sometimes lead activities designed to get people thinking and talking about cooperative values and principles.

      4th Principle: Autonomy and Independence Cooperatives are autonomous, self-help organizations controlled by their members. If they enter to agreements with other organizations, including governments, or raise capital from external sources, they do so on terms that ensure democratic control by their members and maintain their cooperative autonomy. Teaching Tip: In the attached PDF, you’ll find a list of my favorite structures adapted for the EFL classroom from Dr. Spencer Kagan’s seminal book, “Kagan Cooperative Learning.” All the structures presented can be adapted for teaching primary, secondary, or adult learners.


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Combining the work of key radical theorists, including Marx, Gramsci and Luxemburg, with that of contemporary political economists, such as Block, Piketty and Stiglitz, Cooperatives Confront Capitalism provides what is perhaps the most far-reaching analysis yet of the ideas, achievements and wider historical context of the cooperative movement.

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The Journal of Co-operative Organization and Management (JCOM) aims to be the leading international journal for the study of co-operatives. JCOM will provide the primary forum for advancement and dissemination of scientific knowledge on co-operative organizations and their journal will include up-to-date, high-quality, and original contributions - research papers, reviews, and.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sanyal, Bishwapriya. Cooperative autonomy. Geneva: International Institute for Labour Studies, (OCoLC) Autonomy and Independence Cooperatives are autonomous, self-help organisations controlled by their members.

If they enter into agreements with other organisations, including governments, or raise capital from external sources, they do so on terms that ensure democratic control by their members and maintain their cooperative autonomy.

Autonomy: The cooperative is as independent of government and private enterprise as possible. Association of persons: The definition deliberately does not read "an association of individuals" and embraces any legal definition of "person," which includes companies as well as individuals.

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definition, Collective Autonomy lies on a field of process; process that more or less defies definition and instead, finds, and looks for, ways to dislocate altogether, fixed positions. If, in its light, positions themselves refuse change then Collective Autonomy will change the context in which these Size: KB.

Bibliography of Cooperatives and Cooperative Development 3 Section II: Theory and History of Cooperatives years of the co-op (Special Supplement). New Statesman & Society 7 (June 17): i-xiv.

s: Trend toward fewer, larger farms means major changes for co-ops. Rural Cooperatives 66 (1): File Size: KB. The co-operative movement is set for more autonomy as a new draft law gives the industry leeway for self-regulation.Schaars book,”was originally written in by Chris L.

Christensen, Asher Hobson, Henry Bakken, R.K. Froker, and Marvin Schaars, all faculty in the Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin—Madison. Since its first publication, the Schaars book has served as a basic reference for cooperative members and leaders File Size: 1MB.In critical collaborative autonomy, “yes-people” and “sheep” are as unhealthy as the “rugged individualist loner” and the “egocentric narcissist.” Mandela put this nicely in an article he wrote describing Gandhi, “He replaced self-interest with group interest without minimizing the importance of self.