Journal of Co-operative Studies Vol 45 No 3 (No 136) Winter 2012

Contents Editorial – Paul Jones S1-Editorial-136  Peer Reviewed Papers Wearing Two Hats – the Conflict Between Being an Agricultural Business Customer and Shareholder  S2-AlsemgeestSmit-136 Liezel Alsemgeest and A v A...

Contents

Editorial – Paul Jones S1-Editorial-136 

Peer Reviewed Papers

Wearing Two Hats – the Conflict Between Being an Agricultural Business
Customer and Shareholder  S2-AlsemgeestSmit-136
Liezel Alsemgeest and A v A Smit

The Driving Forces and Economic Impact of Co-operative Membership:
Empirical Evidence from the Mexican Coffee Sector S3-PadronRubenBurger-136 
Benigno Rodríguez Padrón, Ruerd Ruben and Kees Burger

Improving Autonomy in Indian Co-operatives – the Hyderabad Experience S4-Meyerueding-136
Jennifer Meyer-Ueding

Shorter Papers

The Study Group on European Cooperative Law (SGECOL): A new Scholarly Initiative S5-Snaith-136
Ian Snaith

Individual Problems Have Collective Solutions: Looking Back Towards a Welsh
Co-operative Future? S6-Burge-136
Alun Burge

Welsh Co-operative and Mutuals Commission Call for Evidence S7-Scottcato-136
Molly Scott Cato

Book Reviews S8-Reviews-136

Empire and Co-operation – how the British Empire used co-operatives in its
development strategies 1900-1970
By Dr Rita Rhodes
Reviewed by Hans-H Münkner

The Poor Had No Lawyers: Who Owns Scotland and How They Got It
By Andy Wightman
Reviewed by Martin Large

Co-operation: A Post-war Opportunity Missed?
By Alun Burge
Reviewed by Molly Scott Cato

Economic and Other Benefits of the Entrepreneurs’ Co-operative as a Specific Form of Enterprise Cluster
By Nicole Göler von Ravensburg
Reviewed by Gabrielle Ullrich

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