The Co-operative Movement of the Russian Far East

This page is made up Russian Far East Association of Co-operative Movement for accumulation, collection and systemization information of Russian and Foreign Scientists, experts, practicians, representatives of co-operative society and all who will be interested make prove and develop Co-operative movement in Russia, Russian Far East Aria and all countries of our small World.

Co-operation in Europe

1. Sidney and Beatrice Webb. The Consumer's Cooperative Movement. Longman, 1921.

2. Cornforth C. Trade unions and producers cooperative//Economic a.industr.democracy.- L., 1982. - É3. - p. 17-30.

3. Mygind N. From the Illyrian firm to the reality of self-management. L., 1982. - p. 73-104.

4. Milford P. Worker cooperatives and consumer cooperatives: can be combined. L., 1982. - p. 117-139.

5. When the cooperatives faltered//Management today.- L., 1983.- Oct.- P. 88-92.

6. Jones D., Svejnar J. Participation, profit sharing, worker ownership and effeciency in Italian producer cooperatives//Economica.- L., 1985.- Vol. 52, N 208.- P. 449-465.

7. Baton J. Co-operatives and the new technology//Industr. Relations j.-L., 1985.- Vol. 16, N 4.-P.47-52.

8. Rigg M., Young M. Programme of research and actions on the labour market: Development on new growth areas "Worker co-operatives a. Their environment: Comparative analysis with a view of job creation": Support for worker co-operatives in the United Kingdom, Rep. Of Ireland, Netherlands.- Luxemburg: Office for offic. Publ. Of the Europ. Communities, 1985.- VII, 114 p.

9. Estrin S., Jones D., Svejnar J. The productivity effects of worker participation: Producer cooperatives in Western Economies//J. Of comparative economics. - L.,- 1987. Vol. 11, N 1.P. 40-60.

10. Labor-owned firms and worker's cooperatives/Ed.by Jansson S., Hellmark A.-B.-Aldershot: Gower, 1987.-162 p.

11. Birchall J. Save our store: The fall a.rise of the smoll coop store.- Manchester, 1987.-XII, 109 p.

12. Lighrfoot Ch., Roberts J. New horizons for small companies: The rxperience of marceting cooperatives//Employment gaz.- L., 1987.- Vol.95, N 10.- P. 503-506.

13. Robinson R. Tenant management cooperatives inthe United Kindom//Rev. Of intern. Coop.- L., 1987.- Vol. 87, N 1.- P.29-32.

14. Monzon Campos J. L'economie sociale et cooperative en Espagne: Annales de l'economie publique, sociale et cooperative.,- P., 1987.- A. 75, N 1.- P. 23-29.

15. Ferreira da Costa F. Origine etevolution des cooperatives dans l' economie Sociale portugaise//Annales de l' economie publique, sociale et cooperative.- P., 1987.- A. 75, N 1.- P. 49-64.

16. CAMP BELL. W. Co-operative housing in Portugal//Rev. of intern. coop.- L., 1987.- N 1.- P. 32-33.

17. Whyte W., Whyte K. Making Mondragon: The growth a. Dynamics of the worker cooperative complex.- Ithaca (N.Y.) : II. R press, 1988.-X.-317 p.

18. Louis R. Labourers' cooperatives in Italy//Labour cooperatives: Retrospect a. Prospect. - Geneva, 1988. P. 25-48.

19. Johansson T. History of the cooperative movement in Sweden//Rev of interm. Coop.- L., 1988.-Vol. 81, N 1. - P. 7-16.

20. Sandskar C. Co-op agriculture in Sweden//Ibid. L., 1988.- P. 43-47.

21. Boberg L. Co-op housing in Sweden//Ibid. L., 1988.- P. 56-65.

22. Andersson U.-E., Book S.-A. New wave co-op in Sweden//Ibid. L., 1988.- P. 35-43.

23. Charity or solidarity? Co-operatives "with a heart"//Rev. of intern. coop.- L., 1988.- Vol. 81, N 1.- P. 65-69.

24. Spanish Co-op Foundation Promotes Enviromental Issue. "Ica news", 1992, N 3, p. 7.

25.Bengt Stromberg. Environment - Part of the Business Idea. "Ica news", 1992, N 3, p. 8.

26. Bengtsson B. Prosperous ambivalence. Housing co-operatives in Sweden. Research report. Gavle, 1993.

27. Tenant Management Co-operatives. Information pack. Glasgow, 1993

28. History and modern situation of the Cooperative Union of the Slovak Republic. CUSR-ICA, 2003, 4 p.

29. Co-operative economic association "Riksbyggen".

30. Vitaly V.Zinovchuk. Farmer cooperatives versus collective farms (American Studies on Ukrainian Problems). “The Quentin N. Burdick Center for Cooperatives and North Dakota State University”, 1995, 186 p.