Co-operatives are less likely to fail in crisis

Co-operatives have higher resilience in economic crises, explained the authors of a book on the global economic crisis and co-operatives at the academic Mainstreaming Co-operation conference in Manchester...

Co-operatives have higher resilience in economic crises, explained the authors of a book on the global economic crisis and co-operatives at the academic Mainstreaming Co-operation conference in Manchester yesterday (11 July 2012).

Bruno Roelants and Claudia Sanchez Bajo, explored the problems and traps of the global economy that led to the economic meltdown in 2009, in their book: Capital and the Debt Trap: learning from co-operatives in the global crisis.  Read the full story on the Global News Hub.

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