The economics of co-operation: why do co-operatives exist?
DescriptionAfter clarifying that he is "not opposed to capitalist firms but beyond them", Professor Zamagni explores the rationale for the existence of co-operatives, including supply and demand side explanations, and challenges the view that co-operatives represent a marginal form of economic organization. This Bologna Summer Program was presented in Vancouver, BC and is part of the Bologna Lecture series.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-3104
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Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2007)A series of six interviews with co-operative representatives. Originally produced for the "Each for all: the co-operative connection" podcast and UVic campus radio.