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The case of La Coop de solidarité en soins et services de Saint-Camille (the Saint-Camille Care and Services Solidarity Co-operative) and its impact on social cohesion. Geneviève Langlois, with the collaboration of Patrick De Bortoli; under the guidance of Jean-Pierre Girard and Benoît Lévesque; translated from the French by Geneviève Langlois (occasional paper, 8 1/2 x 11, 96 pp. $10), 2006.
Synergy and Strategic Advantage: Co-operatives and Sustainable Development. Michael E. Gertler (36pp.), 2006.
Networking Diversity: Including Women and Other Under-Represented Groups in Co-operatives. Myfanwy Van Vliet (Research Reports Series, SSHRC project, 8 1/2 x 11, 24pp.), 2006.
Farmers’ Association Training Materials (part of the China Canada Agriculture Development Program prepared for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Canadian International Development Agency). Roger Herman and Murray Fulton (8 1/2 x 11, 134pp.), 2005. and International Seminar on Legislation for Farmer Co-operatives in China: A Canadian Perspective. Daniel Ish, Bill Turner, and Murray Fulton (booklet, 6 x 9, 22pp.), 2006.
Cohesion, Consumerism, and Co-operatives: Looking Ahead for the Co-operative Retailing System. Brett Fairbairn (25pp.), 2004.
Co-operatives and Farmers in the New Agriculture. Murray Fulton and Kim Sanderson (39pp. $5), 2003.
It the End of Utopia? The Israeli Kibbutz at the Twenty-First Century.
Uriel Leviatan (36pp. $5), 2003.
Up a Creek with a Paddle: Excellence in the Boardroom. Ann Hoyt (26pp. $5), 2003.
The Role of Farmers in the Future Economy. Brett Fairbairn (15 pp.), 2003.
Three Strategic Concepts for the Guidance of Co-operatives. Brett Fairbairn (38 pp.), 2003.
The Role of Social Cohesion in the Adoption of Innovation and the Selection of Organizational Form. Roger Herman (60 pp.), 2003.
Beyond Beef and Barley: Organizational Innovation and Social Factors in Farming Diversification and Sustainability. Michael Gertler, JoAnn Jaffe and Lenore Swystun. (70+ pp.) Research Reports, 2002. (This publication is constructed in four pdf files (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4). Please note that the pdf files do not contain all figures available in the print format. For a complete version of the report please refer to a print copy.)
Adult Educators in Co-operative Development: Agents of Change. Brenda Stefanson (102 pp.), 2002.
Co-operation, and Culture: A Study in Multiparty Negotiations.
Marj Benson (242 pp.), 2002.
An Economic Impact Analysis of the Co-operative Sector in Saskatchewan: Update 1998. Roger Herman and Murray Fulton (64pp.), 2001. (free)
New Generation Co-operative Development in Canada. Murray Fulton, (23 pp.), 2001.
New Generation Co-operatives: Key Steps in the Issuance of Securities and the Secondary Trade. Brenda Stefanson, Ian McIntosh, and Dean Murrison, (27 pp.), 2001.
New Generation Co-operatives and the Law in Saskatchewan. Chad Haaf and Brenda Stefanson, (14 pp.), 2001.
Rural Co-operatives and Sustainable Development. Michael Gertler, (37 pp), 2001.
"An Educational Institution of Untold Value" : The Evolution of the Co-operative College of Canada, 1953-1987. Jodi Crewe, (57 pp.), 2001. [Appendix III - organizational chart]
A Report on Aboriginal Co-operatives in Canada: Current Situation and Potential for Growth. Lou Hammond Ketilson and Ian MacPherson, (60 pp., plus appendices), 2001.
All Odds: Explaining the Exporting Success of Danish Pork Co-operatives.Jill
E. Hobbs (41 pp.), 2001.
Farm Machinery Co-operatives: An Idea Worth Sharing. Andrea Harris and Murray Fulton (48pp.), 2000.
Farm Machinery Co-operatives in Saskatchewan and Québec. Andrea Harris and Murray Fulton (42pp.), 2000.
The CUMA Farm Machinery Co-operatives. Andrea Harris and Murray Fulton (46pp.), 2000.
Interdisciplinarity and the Transformation of the University. Brett Fairbairn and Murray Fulton (48pp.), 2000.
and Adaptation: Canadian Agricultural Co-operatives in the 21st Century.
Murray Fulton and Julie Gibbings (91pp.), 2000.
A Car-Sharing Co-operative in Winnipeg: Alternatives and Recommendation. David Leland (28pp.), 1999.
Connections and Reflections: The History, Present, and Future of Co-operative
Education. Brett Fairbairn (30pp.), 1999.
Networking for Success: Strategic Alliances in the New Agriculture. Mona Holmlund and Murray Fulton, 1998. -information available online or in PDF format
Co-operative Organization in Rural Canada and the Agricultural Co-operative Movement in China: A Comparison. Zhu Shufang and Leonard P. Apedaile, 1998.
Components of Online Education: Higher Education on the Internet. Byron Henderson, 1998.
Together: The Role of External Agents in the Development of Agriculture-Based
Industries. Andrea Harris, Murray Fulton, Brenda Stefanson, and
Don Lysyshyn, 1998.
Research on Co-operatives and the Canadian Wheat Board: The Linkages in Theory and Practice. Murray Fulton, 1997. -text file outlining four research papers written on the CWB and identifies the linkages with co-operative theory that they contain.
Balancing Act: Crown Corporations in a Successful Economy. Brett Fairbairn, 1997.
A Conversation about Community Development. Centre for the Study of Co-operatives, 1997.
Credit Unions and Community Economic Development. Brett Fairbairn, Lou Hammond Ketilson, and Peter Krebs, 1997
Generation Co-operatives: Responding to Changes in Agriculture.
Brenda Stefanson and Murray Fulton, 1997.
Dual Marketing and the Decisions Facing Western Canadian Farmers for Wheat and Barley Marketing: A Brief to the Western Grain Marketing Panel. Murray Fulton and James Vercammen, 1996.
Discussion Paper on Canadian Wheat Board Governance. Murray Fulton,
New Generation Co-operatives: Rebuilding Rural Economies. Brenda Stefanson, Murray Fulton, and Andrea Harris, 1995.
The Meaning of Rochdale: The Rochdale Pioneers and the Co-operative Principles. Brett Fairbairn, 1994.