2010 - present


Regulatory Disruption: A Guide for Credit Union Boards. Marc-André Pigeon (12pp) PDF

Chair Selection, Tenure, Evaluation, and Remuneration: A Co-operative Perspective. Marc-André Pigeon (28pp.) PDF

Against the Grain: The Unusual Case of Saskatchewan's Credit Union Deposit Insurance Scheme. Marc-André Pigeon (20pp.) PDF 

2016 Youth Involvement in Irish Credit Unions: A Case Study. Victoria Morris (84pp.) PDF
2014 Co-operatives and Three-Dimensional Sustainability. Carolin Schröder (40pp.) PDF
2014 Historical Retrospective on the Conversion and Multinationalization of Dakota Growers Pasta Company: A Critical Discourse Analysis. Thomas Gray, Curt Stofferahn, and Patricia Hipple (112pp.) PDF
2013 Models for Effective Credit Union Governance: Maintaining Community Connections Following a Merger. Lou Hammond Ketilson and Kimberly Brown (8 1/2 x 11, 84pp., Occasional Paper/Research Report) PDF
2011 The Impact of Retail Co-operative Amalgamations in Western Canada. Lou Hammond Ketilson, Roger Herman, and Dwayne Pattison (100pp.) PDF


2005 - 2009

2009 Financing Aboriginal Enterprise Development: The Potential of Using Co-operative Models. Lou Hammond Ketilson and Kimberly Brown (104pp.) PDF
2008 The Agriculture of the Middle Initiative: Premobilizing Considerations and Formal Co-operative Structure. Thomas W. Gray (54pp.) PDF
2007 Social Cohesion through Market Democratization: Alleviating Legitimation Deficits through Co-operation. Rob Dobrohoczki (68pp.) PDF
2006 Data Collection in the Co-operative Sector and Other Business Statistics in Canada and the United States. Angela Wagner and Cristine de Clercy (224pp.) PDF
2006 The Case of the Saint-Camille Care and Services Solidarity Co-operative and Its Impact on Social Cohesion. Geneviève Langlois, with the collaboration of Patrick De Bortoli and under the guidance of Jean-Pierre Girard and Benoît Lévesque (96pp.) PDF
2005 “Canada’s Co-operative Province”: Individualism and Mutualism in a Settler Society, 1905–2005. Brett Fairbairn (76pp.) PDF


2000 - 2004

2004 Negotiating Synergies: A Study in Multiparty Conflict Resolution. Marj Benson (408pp.) PDF
2003  Co-operatives and Farmers in the New Agriculture. Murray Fulton and Kim Sanderson (60pp.) PDF
2002  Conflict, Co-operation, and Culture: A Study in Multiparty Negotiations. Marj Benson (242pp.) PDF
2002  Adult Educators in Co-operative Development: Agents of Change. Brenda Stefanson (102pp.) PDF
2001  “An Educational Institute of Untold Value”: The Evolution of the Co-operative College of Canada, 1953–1987. Jodi Crewe (66pp.) PDF

1995 - 1999

1999 The Components of Online Education: Higher Education on the Internet. Byron Henderson (78pp.) PDF
1998 Co-operative Organization in Rural Canada and the Agricul­tural Co-operative Movement in China: A Comparison. Zhu Shufang and Leonard P. Apedaile (56pp.) PDF
1996 Comparative Financial Performance Analysis of Canadian Co-operatives, Investor-Owned Firms, and Industry Norms. Andrea Harris and Murray Fulton (152pp.) PDF


1990 - 1994

1994 Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires: Background, Market Characteristics, and Future Development. J.T. Zinger (26pp.) PDF
1994 The Meaning of Rochdale: The Rochdale Pioneers and the Co-operative Principles. Brett Fairbairn (62pp.) PDF
1993 The Co-operative Movement: An International View. S.K. Saxena (20pp.)
1992 Co-operatives in Principle and Practice. Anne McGilli­vray and Daniel Ish (144pp.) PDF
1992 Matador: The Co-operative Farming Tradition. George Melnyk (26pp.) PDF
1992 Co-operatives and Development: Towards a Social Movement Perspective. Patrick Develtere (114pp.) PDF
1991 The Co-operative Sector in Saskatchewan: A Statistical Overview. Louise Simbandumwe, Murray Fulton, and Lou Hammond Ketilson (54pp.) PDF
1991 Farmers, Capital, and the State in Germany, c 1860–1914. Brett Fairbairn (36pp.) PDF
1990 Community-Based Models of Health Care: A Bibliography. Lou Hammond Ketilson and Michael Quennell (66pp.)


1985 - 1989

1989 Patronage Allocation, Growth, and Member Well-Being in Co-operatives. Jeff Corman and Murray Fulton (48pp.)
1989 The Future of Worker Co-operatives in Hostile Environments: Some Reflections from Down Under. Allan Halladay and Colin Peile (94pp.)
1988 Worker Co-operatives and Worker Ownership: Issues Affecting the Development of Worker Co-operatives in Canada. Christopher Axworthy and David Perry (100pp.)
1988 A History of Saskatchewan Co-operative Law — 1900 to 1960. Donald Mullord, Christopher Axworthy, and David Liston (66pp.) PDF
1988 Co-operative Organizations in Western Canada. Murray Fulton (40pp.)
1988 Farm Interest Groups and Canadian Agricultural Policy. Barry Wilson, David Laycock, and Murray Fulton (42pp.)
1987 Election of Directors in Saskatchewan Co-operatives: Processes and Results. Lars Apland (72pp.)
1987 The Property of the Common: Justifying Co-operative Activity. Finn Aage Ekelund (74pp.)
1987 Co-operative/Government Relations in Canada: Lobbying, Public Policy Development and the Changing Co-operative System. David Laycock (246pp.)
1987 The Management of Co-operatives: A Bibliography. Lou Hammond Ketilson, Bonnie Korthuis, and Colin Boyd (144pp.)
1987 Labour Relations in Co-operatives. Kurt Wetzel and Daniel G. Gallagher (30pp.)
1987 Worker Co-operatives: An International Bibliography / Coopératives de Travailleurs: Une Bibliographie Internationale. Rolland LeBrasseur, Alain Bridault, David Gallingham, Gérard Lafrenière, and Terence Zinger (76pp.)
1986 Co-operatives and Their Employees: Towards a Harmo­nious Relationship. Christopher Axworthy (82pp.)
1986 Co-operatives and Social Democracy: Elements of the Norwegian Case. Finn Aage Ekelund (42pp.)
1986 Encouraging Democracy in Consumer and Producer Co-operatives. Stuart Bailey (124pp.)
1986 A New Model for Producer Co-operatives in Israel. Abraham Daniel (54pp.)
1985 Worker Co-operatives in Mondragon, the U.K., and France: Some Reflections. Christopher Axworthy (48pp.)
1985 Employment Co-operatives: An Investment in Innova­tion: Proceedings of the Saskatoon Worker Co-operative Conference. Skip McCarthy, ed. (288pp.)
1985 Prairie Populists and the Idea of Co-operation, 1910–1945. David Laycock (48pp.)