3 edition of Worker cooperatives with particular reference to Malta found in the catalog.
Worker cooperatives with particular reference to Malta
Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-156).
|Series||Occasional paper,, no. 107, Occasional paper (Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)) ;, no. 107.|
|LC Classifications||HD3506.4.A4 B35 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||90188979|
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Worker Co-operatives with Particular Reference to Malta: An Educationists' Theory and Practice Doug Holly 1 Higher Education Policy volume 3, page 62 () Cite this article Worker Cooperatives With Particular Reference to Malta: An Educationist's Theory and Practice Get this from a library.
Worker cooperatives with particular reference to Malta: an educationist's theory and practice. [Godfrey Baldacchino] Worker cooperatives with particular reference to Malta: an educationist's theory and practice. By Godfrey Baldacchino. Abstract. textabstractThe issue of worker cooperation remains at the top of the agenda for workplace organization today, although the history of worker (or producer) cooperatives is littered with failures.
Yet, despite the Abstract. Godfrey Baldacchino.; ; Includes bibliographical references (p. ).; Occasional paper (Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)) ; no. 「Worker cooperatives with particular reference to Malta: an educationist's theory and practice / Godfrey Baldacchino」を図書館から検索。カーリルは複数の図書館からまとめて蔵書検索ができるサービスです。 The image of worker cooperatives has been marred by preconceived ideas that businesses run by their employees cannot work and must be rare, very small affairs that survive only in special :// This book has been written to fill a gap in the literature.
At a basic level, it is meant to inform of successful cases of job preservation through the creation of worker cooperatives in different regions of the world. More importantly, it is meant to elucidate the to examine the solutions which cooperatives in general and worker / social cooperatives in particular have implemented successfully to tackle the problems of employment, because several of the key questions posed by the Green Paper can find concrete solutions inspired by the business model of those :// Cooperatives may be classified as either worker, consumer, producer, purchasing or housing cooperatives.
They are distinguished from other forms of incorporation in that profit-making or economic stability are balanced by the interests of the community. The United Nations had declared to be the International Year of Cooperatives (I YC) The ˜rst part of the book focuses on the challenges and problems of attractiveness for cooperatives.
A distinction needs to be drawn here between cooperatives as a group and certain types of businesses in particular. In order to be attractive, cooperatives need a favorable legal Chris Wright and 1 other person liked Kelly's review of Worker Cooperatives and Revolution: History and Possibilities in the United States: "This is an exceptionally well-written, well-argued book.
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With a movement that reaches over million individuals, this book Worker cooperatives may also embody more capitalistic features: they may, for example, hire temporary workers or be inhospitable to potential members of particular ethnic or racial groups.
Cooperatives, therefore, often embody quite contradictory A workshop on Co-operatives and the Future of Work was held on April 26 during the CECOP General Assembly in Malta, looking at how co-ops are leading the search for solutions to new problems facing the global workforce.
The session was set up to analyse the International Labour Organization’s Future of Work initiative on co-ops, which represent around 9% of the world’s trial worker cooperatives.
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