Cooperative Library

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...Build Enterprises with Multi-Stakeholder Cooperatives175.2 KiB1542
Ashley Hernandez
A Cooperative Solution36.5 KiB1346
Riccardo Lotti, Peter Mensing, and Davide Valenti
A Multi-Stakeholder Cooperatives Manual6.6 MiB932
"Multi-stakeholder cooperatives (MSCs) are co-ops that formally allow for governance by representatives of two or more “stakeholder” groups within the same organization, including consumers, producers, workers, volunteers or general community supporters."
An Interview with Matt Hancock of the Center for Labor and Community Research107.5 KiB769
PDF interview w/ pictures
Business ownership succession and employee ownership: Why & How178.5 KiB1598
John Logue
Business Ownership Succession through Employee Ownership 4.6 MiB1690
John Logue
Presentation
Can A Cooperative be Both A Worker Cooperative and a Consumer Cooperative?41.8 KiB1440
Eric D. Britton & Mark C. Stewart
Can “Anchor Institutions” Help Revitalize Declining Neighborhoods by Buying from Local Cooperatives? The Evergreen Cooperative Initiative 44.8 KiB2565
Jacquelyn Yates
Cleveland Goes to Mondragon581.0 KiB2067
Jim Anderson, OEOC and CEO, Evergreen Cooperative Laundry
Co-Op Brochure186.8 KiB2385
Small Business Ownership Succession: The Cooperative Solution
Co-op Improves Quality of Caregiving in Wisconsin212.7 KiB646
Margaret Bau
Cooperative Information Reports from the USDA82.1 KiB966
Cooperatives 101541.3 KiB977
Margaret Lund
Cooperatives and the Creation of Social Capital: The case of Caring Home Services in Rural Wisconsin.277.9 KiB1630
Wilson Majee
Cooperatives, the brewing pots for social capital258.3 KiB2356
Wilson Majee
An exploration of social capital creation in a worker-owned homecare cooperative
Economics, Cooperation, and Employee Ownership: The Emilia Romagna mode1.5 MiB1908
John Logue
Full Version
Economics, Cooperation, and Employee Ownership: The Emilia Romagna mode87.3 KiB1438
John Logue
Short Version
Efforts to Adapt the "Evergreen Co-ops" across the Nation456.1 KiB846
Steve Dubb, The Democracy Collaborative
Employee Cooperative as a Plan for Business Succession45.0 KiB993
Mark Stewart
text only
Employee Cooperative as a Plan for Business Succession106.4 KiB2603
Mark Stewart, Shumaker Loop & Kendrick
Employee Owned Cooperatives in the U.K. Are Rich in History and Promise for the Future383.0 KiB887
Bill McIntyre
Evergreen Takes Root1.6 MiB3187
Jacquelyn Yates
Factors in Forming a Homecare Worker’s Cooperative 18.3 KiB1307
Margaret Bau
From Mondragon to Ohio: Building Employee Ownership 184.3 KiB2023
ohn Logue. Article from Owners At Work (Summer 2001)
Greater University Circle Initiative3.6 MiB1386
Jim Anderson
Writing the Next Chapter for Anchor-Based Redevelopment Initiatives
Greater University Circle Initiative: Creating Cleveland's 21st Century Community,2.9 MiB755
Bill McIntyre
Homecare Co-op Builds Social Capital155.3 KiB696
Wilson Majee
Homecare Worker Co-ops: Implications for Sectoral Strategies2.8 MiB1605
Margaret Bau, USDA Rural Development
How to Sell Your Business to Your Employees through a Worker Cooperative – and to Shelter Your Capital Gain103.7 KiB1106
Eric D. Britton & Mark C. Stewart
Short Verson
Journal of Cooperative Thought and Practice: Employee Ownership Is Good for Your Health355.0 KiB2662
DAVID ERDAL, ALAN J. ROBB, JAMES H. SMITH, J. TOM WEBB, JOHN LOGUE, JACQUELYN YATES, DAVID THOMPSON, MARGARET LUND, DONALD M. KREIS
Cooperative Capital: What it is and why our world needs it; Continuity and Change Over 25 Years of Ohio ESOP Companies; A Tale of Two Communities; The longitudinal effect of limited-equity housing cooperatives
Lesson of Mondragon's Employee-Owned Network1.3 MiB1639
Karen Thomas. Article from Owners At Work (Summer 2000)
Local Development in Emilia-Romagna: Alternatives in Action 45.3 KiB1621
Matt Hancock, Center for Labor & Community Research
Market Pressures Meet Social Values in North-Central Italy 73.2 KiB987
Matt Hancock, Center for Labor & Community Research
Multi-Stakeholder Cooperatives209.7 KiB474
Margaret Lund
Multistakeholder Co-op Manual6.6 MiB7111
Selling to Your Employees through a Worker Cooperative - and Sheltering Your Capital Gain64.7 KiB1192
Eric D. Britton & Mark C. Stewart
Sharing our Success1.9 MiB910
Leslie Schaller (Casa Nueva)
Spanish Lessons: Employee-Owned Companies in Ohio on a Mass Scale?274.2 KiB1459
John Logue. Article from Owners At Work (Winter 2008/2009)
Succession Planning Using the Worker Co-op Option231.8 KiB681
Peter Hough, Canadian Worker Co-op Federation (CWCF)
Sustainable Jobs, Sustainable Communities: The Union Co-op Model828.5 KiB619
Rob Witherell, Chris Cooper, and Michael Peck
Taxation of Patronage Dividends from Worker Cooperatives32.5 KiB4505
Gregory R. Wilson
Are they Subject to Employment Tax?
The 1042 roll-over cooperative in practice: Select Machine47.9 KiB1170
John Logue
The 1042 rollover co-op: An affordable ESOP alternative18.8 KiB740
John Logue
This article appeared in the Beyster Institute’s Leading Companies Online Magazine in 2005.
The Cooperative District of Imola Forging the High Road to Globalization77.0 KiB637
Matt Hancock, Center for Labor & Community Research
Transitioning Private Business to an Employee/Worker-Owned co-op: A Community Development Tool681.1 KiB877
Roy Messing
What is an Employee Cooperative?34.6 KiB8524
John Logue
What is an Employee Cooperative?
How does it work?
An introduction for employee-members
John Logue
Ohio Employee Ownership Center
Kent State University
330-672-3028