3 edition of The changing federated relationship between local and regional cooperatives found in the catalog.
The changing federated relationship between local and regional cooperatives
Julie A. Hogeland
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Rural Business-Cooperative Service in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||[Julie A. Hogeland].|
|Series||RBS research report -- 190.|
|Contributions||United States. Rural Business/Cooperative Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 13 p.|
|Number of Pages||13|
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These co-operative wholesales in the four western provinces, along with the Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC), in Regina, joined together to form Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL). Today, approximately retail co-operatives own FCL, which provides central wholesaling, manufacturing and administrative services to its member-owners. What is a cooperative? Cooperatives are businesses owned and controlled by the people who use them. Cooperatives differ from other businesses because they are member owned and operate for the mutual benefit of members. Like other businesses, most cooperatives are incorporated under state law. More t cooperatives exist in the United.
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Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.5, No, In addition to the values and principles of cooperatives, studies.
Cooperatives can differ in structure, depending on the size of the area served: local or regional. Local cooperatives typically operate in a single State, often within one or two coun-ties.
Individuals are the members of these local cooperatives. Regional cooperatives usually serve an entire State or a number of States.
They. Hogeland, Julie A., "The changing federated relationship between local and regional cooperatives," Research ReportsUnited States Department of Agriculture, Rural Development. Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS).
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) does business differently. At its core, FCL is a co-operative that supports other co-operatives that serve people in Western Canada. FCL is a wholesaling, manufacturing, marketing and administrative co-operative owned by more than independent retail co-operative associations.
Hogeland, Julie A., "The changing federated relationship between local and regional cooperatives," Research ReportsUnited States Department of Agriculture, Rural Development. Lorenz Goette & David Huffman & Stephan Meier, 14 Julie A.
Hogeland, “The Changing Federated Relationship Between Local and Regional Cooperatives,” U.S. Department of Agriculture, RBS Research Report (August ), p. carrying local foods, the challenges they experience in doing so and the relationship between local cooperatives and their federation.
Supporting communities, supporting local. Relationship between central and local authorities 1 Introduction The purpose of this report is to give an overview of the interaction between local authorities and central government, and/or regional authorities in States where regional authorities have File Size: KB.
Central and Local Government Relations considers how best to organize local government units, and what powers and responsibilities should be devolved to local government. The book presents a comparative analysis of local governments in seven unitary states - Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Britain, France, Italy and Spain.
It tests the hypothesis that any convincing explanation for the. Kin L.W. () The Relationship Between Central and Local Governments Under the Unitary State System of China. In: Oliveira J.C., Cardinal P.
(eds) One Country, Two Systems, Three Legal Orders - Perspectives of : Lok Wai Kin. Federated Co-operatives Limited | Annual Report 5 Operational Support Business Unit Report FCL is telling the story of its business and its people.
Providing a consistent image is helping attract top talent. Co-operative coverage The Asset Protection team is developing and implementing leading strategies to help protect retail members. Energy. Cooperatives have also proven to be a useful tool in com- bating social exclusion and fostering community cohesion.
As local participation and inclusion are central to povertyFile Size: KB. Welcome to Federated Co-Ops No matter what changes and challenges you face, you can always count on your co-op as a reliable source of the products you need at a reasonable price We negotiate the wholesale prices and handle the logistics to make sure farmers have a reliable source of fertilizer and other production inputs so they can.
In the s, electric cooperatives took a gamble and invested in the rural Dakotas—an area that private power companies had deemed too risky. Today, however, the investment is literally paying dividends to the cooperatives that took a chance on rural farmsteads, and those who live and work in those areas.
The study was conducted in Surulere local government area of Oyo state, located in the south western part of Nigeria. The Local Government has a vast fertile arable land located in the tropical rainforest zone and farming is the predominant occupation of the people in the area. To this end, the entire area is agric-allied basedFile Size: KB.
take on the role of serving as a bridge between smallholders and agricultural input producers, in order to increase the use of Green Revolution inputs by the rural poor. The Southern African nation of Zambia provides an ideal case study through which we may view the relationship between government-initiated smallholder cooperatives, improved.
Cooperative federations are a means through which cooperative societies can fulfill the sixth Rochdale Principle, cooperation among cooperatives, with the ICA noting that "Cooperatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the cooperative movement by working together through local, regional and international structures.".
Institutions matter in Texas Baptist life. But how the Baptist General Convention of Texas relates to schools and caregiving ministries has changed and continues to change. At the BGCT annual meeting in Amarillo, messengers will vote on a renegotiated relationship agreement with Baylor also will consider a bud-get that increases financial support for .international, regional, and sectoral meetings.
The ICA also aims to promote exchange of information such as news and statistics between cooperatives through research and reports, directories, international conferences, and two quarterly publications: ICA Ahmad Bello Dogarawa, Department of Accounting, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria 3.
These are perennial issues faced by federated and direct-membership cooperatives. Some observers attribute the failure of both centralized and federated cooperatives to member behavior--individual farmers in the case of centralized cooperatives and the local members of a federated cooperative.
8. Is there a fatal size limit on "true" cooperatives?