4 edition of legal status of co-operatives in European countries found in the catalog.
legal status of co-operatives in European countries
|Other titles||Legal status of agricultural co-operatives in European countries.|
|Statement||by J. Issert ; [translated from the French by J. A. E. Morley].|
|Series||Occasional paper - Plunkett Foundation for Co-operative Studies ; no. 44, Occasional paper (Plunkett Foundation for Co-operative Studies) ;, no. 44.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, ii, 112 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||79312077|
Full text of "Central services to local authorities in selected Eastern European countries and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics" See other formats. While in many European countries co-operative entrepreneurship manages to fulfill its economic and social functions successfully, in Croatia a large majority of almost registered co-operatives struggle hard to accomplish in demanding market conditions while sustaining their social dimension and few : Jasmina Božić, Ivan Šprajc, Armano Srbljinović.
countries of the world. Their documented resilience to crisis and thus sustainability, and part of the International Labour Office concerning the legal status of any country, area or territory or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers. European Union Council Regulation on the Statute for a European File Size: 4MB. In December last year, the European Foreign Affairs Council adopted a second set of conclusions on the role of the private sector in international development, and this also mentions co-operatives. The document highlights the role that private sector players, including co-ops, can play in tackling poverty, achieving sustainable development and.
The European Union (EU) is an economic and political union or confederation of 27 member states which are located primarily in EU traces its origins from the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and the European Economic Community (EEC), formed by six countries in . Legal Environment for Co-operatives Page3 Co-operative Societies shall pay audit fees to government within _____of receipt of annual audit certificate. (A) 2 months (B) 6 months (C) 3 months (D) 1 month _____ is considered the supreme authority of a society. (A) C ommittee (B) Ma nning committee.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: The legal status of agricultural co-operatives in European countries. Translations of a series of studies producedand of a comparative study presented to the International Confederation of European Sugar Beet Producers at their 26th Congress at Torremolinos, Spain, in June, A business entity is an entity that is formed and administered as per corporate law in order to engage in business activities, charitable work, or other activities allowable.
Most often, business entities are formed to sell a product or a service.  There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries. This book offers a comparative analysis of credit cooperative systems across 23 European countries.
Cooperative banking has an important place in. The European Association of Co-operative Banks (EACB) (GEBC in French), is the leading trade association for the co-operative banking sector with 28 member institutions and co-operative banks located in 23 countries worldwide.
As the representative of the world's largest cooperative banking cluster, the EACB is the voice of small, regional and large member banks at Formerly called: Association of Co-operative Savings and Credit Institutions of the E.E.C.
The Statute for a European Cooperative Society (SCE) The regulation of the Statute for a European Cooperative Society () aims to facilitate cooperatives' cross-border and trans-national activities.
The statute also provides a legal instrument for other companies wishing to group together to access markets, achieve economies of scale, or undertake research and. IP/03/ Brussels, 22 July EU acts to improve legal framework for co-operatives: Agreement on the European Co-operative Society After ten years of negotiations, EU Member States adopted, in today's Council of Agriculture and Fischeries, the Commission's proposal for a Statute for a European Co-operative European Co-operative.
An effective European-wide co-operative structure could prove important if co-ops are to develop transnationally and compete with globalised multinationals, reports Andrew Bibby.
A ‘legal form’ is the type of entity that an organisation is considered to be in the eyes of the law, for example, a company limited by guarantee or a society. It is really important to make sure that you choose the most suitable legal form for your co-operative as it can have an impact on the sustainability and future direction of your organisation.
genuine self-help organisations (e.g. in Eastern European countries). However man, y of the principles of participation and self help are of relevance regardless of the size and origin of the cooperative. All cooperatives also need to deal with business aspects File Size: 1MB.
This book offers a comparative analysis of credit cooperative systems across 23 European countries. Cooperative banking has an important place in the financial, economic and social life of most European countries, and while cooperative banks, credit mutuals, credit cooperatives and credit unions share the spirit of cooperation and mutuality, they often have very different.
From the second half of the s, several other European countries introduced new legal forms reflecting the entrepreneurial approach adopted by this increasing number of “not-for-profit” organizations, even though the term of “social enterprise” was not always used as such in the legislation (Defourny & Pestoff, ).Cited by: the European level in the mid s, especially through the works of the EMES European Research Network 1.
As will be shown in the following pages, although the concept itself has not gained the same recognition in all European countries (and is even still poorly understood in several of them), the.
The strength and scope of the co-operative movement across the countries of the European Union is considerable.
A report by the European Commission’s Co-operative Working Group says that more thanenterprises across Europe are co-operatives, owned by a total of million individual member-owners, and providing jobs to million of.
This chapter takes an overview of credit co-operatives in Serbia in retrospect and prospect. It starts by examining the legal frameworks that have regulated their work, from the first Law on agricultural and handicraft co-operatives fromthrough to.
Request PDF | Croatian co-operatives’ story of revival: Overcoming external obstacles | While in many European countries co-operative entrepreneurship manages to fulfill its economic and social. In almost all European countries there is a cooperative law. While in some countries there is a general cooperative law that is applied to all business sectors, in some others each economic sector can rely on a dedicated cooperative legislation.
Despite their differences, which are mainly due to diverse cultural, economic and historical backgrounds, national cooperative laws share.
Residents in different EU member states, or legal entities established under the laws of different member states or governed by the laws of two different member states, can establish a European co-operative society (“SCE”) (Council Regulation (EC) / art 2 and). Europe’s membership, agricultural cooperatives (13,) from other European countries as well as the CUMAs - Cooperatives for the common Use of Agricultural Machinery - (11,) from France, and a similar type of entities from Size: 6MB.
Co-ops as Alternative Project Models for NGOsCo-operatives provide an alternative model for the implementation of sustainable, community-based initiatives within South Africa. Government actively advocates the use of this model for social upliftment projects.
However, the reality is that, up until now, many of these projects have failed to be sustainable in the long term.
Co-operatives UK also manages and delivers a number of other co‑operative support and funding programmes. The Hive Get a bespoke package of direct support, training and mentoring for new start-up or existing co-op via The Hive, in partnership with The Co-operative Bank.
"The term of office of the members (of the committee) shall be as spelt out in the bylaws provided that a term shall not exceed three years and that a person (official) shall not serve for more than two consecutive terms," reads the n 57 (5), of the Act directs all co-operative societies that have been in existence before the enactment of the Act, to "hold a special .These papers were written by members of the Swedish Centre for Co-operative Development in [for the first series (), see WAERSA 6, 2, ] The introduction is by K.-F.
Svardstrôm. Contents: (1) Consumers' co-operative movement in Sweden from the economic and social point of view by V. Himonidis; (2) Vertical integration and agricultural co-operation by S. Intheir legal status was converted to banks.
Finnish cooperative banks emerged relatively unharmed from the Finnish banking crisis of the early s. An important consequence of the crisis was that the group structure was changed into tightly integrated one, including joint liability of all by: 3.