Guidelines for cooperatives in developing economies
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Published by International Cooperative Training Center, University of Wisconsin in Madison .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Developing countries.,
  • Developing countries

Subjects:

  • Cooperative societies -- Developing countries.,
  • Cooperative societies -- Developing countries -- Finance.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

StatementContributors: Herbert C. Fledderjohn [and others] with a pref. by Jerry Voorhis. Edited by Mary Jean McGrath.
ContributionsFledderjohn, Herbert C., McGrath, Maryjean, ed., International Cooperative Training Center.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD3575 .G85
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 207 p.
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4697635M
LC Control Number77631867

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  In a second edition was produced to provide information on two new international instruments on cooperatives – the United Nations Guidelines aimed at creating a supportive environment for the development of cooperatives, and the ILO Recommendation No. on the promotion of by: 5. , English, Book, Illustrated edition: Guidelines for cooperatives in developing economies: a book of readings. / Contributors: Herbert C. Fledderjohn [and others] with a pref. by Jerry Voorhis. Edited by Mary Jean McGrath. The process of developing and sustaining a cooperative involves the processes of developing and promoting community spirit, identity and social organisation as cooperatives play an increasingly important role worldwide in poverty reduction, facilitating job creation, economic growth and social development (Gibson, ). Enhancing cooperatives’ impact in the food and agriculture sector: key to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals By Emma McInerney1 DRAFT Food security, nutrition and agriculture are at.

Thus, the cooperative society has the ability or responsibility over social economic development of the entire economy. If such potentials are properly harness, the impact of this association will contribute immensely to the development of Oji-River local government area and this is the major focus of this particular research. Some roles of cooperatives in developing countries: Works for the economic progress of the nation, uplifts the poor people, develop the weaker section of the country and bring balance between economic and social development of the country. Historically cooperative movement in developing country has a glorious background which creates a positive influence on the development of our society. In spite of some problems in the working and administration of the cooperative societies, they have continuously contributed to the growth and development of the national economy.   The economic and social benefits of co-operatives are clear, but they'll need support from other development organisations to reach their potential.

Determining factors for cooperative change in market economies 51 Opportunities for cooperatives in developing agricultural markets 52 Optimum size for a primary cooperative 52 Diversification 53 Mergers 53 Unions and federations 54 Annex Module 5 Module 6: Tools for Planning and Organising Cooperative Activities Section From visions to. Cooperatives remain a major component of the food and agri-culture industry, but now they are available to help people provide services for themselves in virtually all segments of the economy. Chapter 2 Cooperative Principles and Practices. 9 Cooperative Principles . learning about cooperative development as well as new cooperative laws and ways of doing business, will hopefully make it even more useful. Although we focus on cooperative businesses in the United States, and draw most of our references from the agricultural sector, most of the book’s content is pertinent to cooperatives anywhere, in any sector. for sustainable development and a more environmentally sustainable economy. In order to bring cooperative voices into the discussion around the post development agenda, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and ICA has launched an initiative on the contribution of cooperatives to sustainable development. This brief summarizes.