2. Bibliography

References with an asterisk (*) may indicate empirical studies or calls for such studies of the social, economic, political, and/or environmental benefits of cooperatives. Additional such references are invited. Please submit references to John Whitman, john.whitman@utoronto.ca. Thank you.

Adams, F. T., & Hansen, G. B. (1993/1987). Putting democracy to work: A practical guide for starting and managing worker-owned businesses. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

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*Autry, C. T., & Hall, R. F. (2009). The law of cooperatives. Chicago: American Bar Association.

Baarda, J. R. (2003). Current law & economic debates: Tools for assessing fundamental cooperative changes. Paper presented at the NCR-194 Conference.

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Barbeau, J. E. (1985). Second to none: Seventy-five years of leadership in the co-operative education movement. Boston: Custom Book Program of Northeastern University.

*Bartlett, W., Cable, J., Estrin, S., Jones, D. C., & Smith, S. C. (1992). Labor-managed cooperatives and private firms in north central Italy: An empirical comparison. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 46(1), 103-118.

*Bauen, R. (1995). Las Flores Metalarte: Creating community jobs in Puerto Rico. MA: The ICA Group.

Bauzá Santiago, C. M. (2004). Cooperativismo todo lo que deseas saber...: Serie 1 Vol 1 Información Básica. San Juan: Liga de Cooperativas de Puerto Rico.

Benander, L. (2007). Win win solutions: An introduction to fair trade and cooperative economics, grades 4-9 (pp. 124). West Bridgewater, MA: Equal Exchange.

Benkler, Y. (2006). The wealth of networks: How social production transforms markets and freedom. New Haven: Yale University Press.

*Berman, K. V., & Berman, M. D. (1989). An empirical test of the theory of the labor-managed firm. Journal of Comparative Economics, 13, 281-300.

Beyster, J. R. (2007). The SAIC solution: How we built an $8 billion employee-owned technology company. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

*Bhuyan, S., & Leistritz, F. L. (2000). Cooperatives in non-agricultural sectors: Examining a potential community development tool. Journal of the Community Development Society, 31(1), 89-111.

*Birchall, J. (2003). Rediscovering the cooperative advantage: Poverty reduction through self-help. Geneva: International Labor Office.

*Birchall, J. (2004). Cooperatives and the Millennium Development Goals. Geneva: International Labor Organization.

*Birchall, J., & Ketilson, L. H. (2009). Resilience of the cooperative business model in times of crisis. Geneva: International Labor Organization, Sustainable Enterprise Program.

*Blümle, E.-B. (1985). Methods of measuring success and effect in a co-operative. In E. Dülfer & W. Hamm (Eds.), Co-operatives: In the clash between member participation, organisational development and bureaucratic tendencies (pp. 131-146). London: Quiller Press.

*Bonin, J. P., Jones, D. C., & Putterman, L. (1993). Theoretical and empirical studies of producer cooperatives: Will ever the twain meet? Journal of Economic Literature, 31(September), 1290-1320.

Burress, M. J., & Cook, M. L. (2009). A primer on collective entrepreneurship: A preliminary taxonomy, Working paper AEWP 2009-1 (pp. 32): University of Missouri, Department of Agricultural Economics.

Burress, M. J., & Cook, M. L. (2009). Lessons from community entrepreneurship: The concept of spawning. In R. Fanfani (Ed.), The role of cooperatives in the European agri-food system. Bologna: University of Bologna Press.

Burress, M. J., Cook, M. L., & Klein, P. G. (2008). The clustering of organizational innovation: Developing governance models for vertical integration. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 11(4), 49-75.

Catalá Oliveras, F. A. (2004). El callejón del sapo: Teoría y gestión del cooperativismo. San Juan: Ediciones Buracán.

Chaddad, F. R. (2007). The evolution of Brazilian dairy cooperatives: A life cycle approach (pp. 14). Londrina: Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural.

*Chaddad, F. R., & Cook, M. L. (2004). Understanding new cooperative models: An ownership-control rights typology. Review of Agricultural Economics, 26(3), 348-360.

*Chaves, R., & Sajardo-Moreno, A. (2004). Social economy managers: Between values and entrenchment. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 76(1), 139-161.

*Cheney, G. (2006). Democracy at work within the market: Reconsidering the potential. Worker Participation: Current Research and Future Trends, Research in the Sociology of Work, 16, 179-203.

Clamp, C. A., & Alhamis, I. (2005). Carpet One: A case study of ooperative entrepreneurship (pp. 28): Southern New Hampshire University.

*CLARITY. (2006). Enabling cooperative development: Principles for legal reform (pp. 56): The Cooperative Law & Regulation Initiative (CLARITY) and U.S. Agency for International Development.

*CLARITY. (2009). Creating clarity: Assessment, analysis and outreach for cooperative legal reform (pp. 94): The Cooperative Law & Regulation Initiative (CLARITY), the Overseas Cooperative Development Council, and U.S. Agency for International Development.

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Cook, M. L. (1993). Cooperatives and group action. Food and Agricultural Marketing Issues for the 21st Century, Food and Agricultural Marketing Consortium FAMC 93-1, Texas A&M University, 154-169.

Cook, M. L. (1995). The future of U.S. agricultural cooperatives: A neo-institutional approach. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 77(December), 1153-1159.

*Cook, M. L., & Burress, M. J. (2009). A cooperative life cycle framework. Draft paper, 20.

*Cook, M. L., & Chaddad, F. R. (2004). Redesigning cooperative boundaries: The emergence of new models. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 86(5), 1249-1253.

*Corcoran, H., & Wilson, D. (2010). The worker co-operative movements in Italy, Mondragon, and France: Context, success factors and lessons (pp. 37): Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation.

Curl, J. (2009). For all the people: Uncovering the hidden history of cooperation, cooperative movements, and communalism in America. Oakland: PM Press.

*Deller, S., Hoyt, A., Hueth, B., & Sundaram-Stukel, R. (2009). Research on the economic impact of cooperatives. Madison: University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives.

*Dempsey, J. J., Kumar, A. A., Loyd, B., & Merkel, L. S. (2002). A value culture for agriculture. The McKinsey Quarterly, 2002(3), 64-75.

Dickstein, C. (1990). Socializing entrepreneurship in worker cooperatives: The experience of Cooperative Development Agencies in Britain and Quebec. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Collegiate Schools of Planning.

Dülfer, E., & Hamm, W. (Eds.). (1985). Co-operatives in the clash between member participation, organisational development and bureaucratic tendencies: A complete guide to the creation, promotion and supervision of co-operative societies resulting from an international symposium in Marburg. Marburg and London: University of Marburg and Quiller Press.

Ellerman, D. P. (1982). The socialization of entrepreneurship: The Empresarial Division of the Caja Laboral Popular. Somerville, MA: Industrial Cooperative Association.

Ellerman, D. P. (1997). The democratic firm. Beiging: Xinhua Publishing House.

Ellerman, D. P. (2005). Enterprise creation by spin-offs: Putting Jane Jacobs to work: University of California at Riverside.

Emerson, B., & Johnson, J. (Eds.). (2009). A technology freelancer's guide to starting a worker cooperative: Network of American Tech Worker Cooperatives (NATWC).

*Folsom, J. (2003). Measuring the economic impact of cooperatives in Minnesota. Washington, DC: United Stated Department of Agriculture.

*Fulton, M., & Ketilson, L. H. (1992). The role of cooperatives in communities: Examples from Saskatchewan. Journal of Agricultural Cooperation, 7, 15-42.

*Göler von Ravensburg, N. (2007). Economic and other benefits of shared services cooperatives as a specific form of enterprise cluster. Geneva: International Labor Organization.

*Gordon Nembhard, J. (2004). Non-traditional analyses of co-operative economic impacts: Preliminary indicators and a case study. Review of International Cooperation, 97(1), 6-21.

Grob, G. N. (1961). Workers and utopia: A study of ideological conflict in the American labor movement 1865-1900. Chicago: Quadrangle Books.

Grosskopf, W., Münkner, H.-H., & Ringle, G. (2009). Our co-op: Idea, mission, achievements. Marburg: Deutscher Genossenschafts-Verlag.

*Hansmann, H. (1996). The ownership of enterprise. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

*Hansmann, H. (forthcoming 2012). Ownership and organizational form. In R. Gibbons & J. Roberts (Eds.), The handbook of organizational economics. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

*Hardesty, S. D., & Salgia, V. D. (2007). Most West Coast agricultural cooperatives are financially competitive. California Agriculture, 61(4), 172-176.

Hill, R. (2000). The case of the missing organizations: Co-operatives and textbooks. Journal of Economic Education, Summer, 281-295.

Institute for Co-operation in Development Countries. (1998). The degree course in co-operative economics and the Institute for Co-operation in Developing Countries (ICDC). Marburg: Department of Economics, Philipps University.

Isaac, T. M. T., Franke, R. W., & Raghavan, P. (1998). Democracy at work in an Indian industrial cooperative. Ithaca: ILR Press, Cornell University Press.

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*Juarez Adeler, M. (2009). Enabling policy environments for co-operative development: A comparative experience. Saskatoon: Center for the Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan.

Kalmi, P. (2006). The disappearance of co-operatives from economics textbooks (No. W-398). Helsinki: Helsinki School of Economics.

Kasmir, S. (1996). The myth of Mondragón: Cooperatives, politics, and working-class life in a Basque toan. Albany: State University of New York Press.

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*LeVay, C. (1983). Agricultural co-operative theory: A review. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 34(1), 1-44.

Lincoln, M. D. (1960). Vice president in charge of revolution. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.

*Logue, J. (2005). Economics, cooperation, and employee ownership: The Emilia Romagna model -- in more detail. Kent: Kent State University, Ohio Employee Ownership Center.

Logue, J., Glass, R., Patton, W., Teodosio, A., & Thomas, K. (1998). Participatory employee ownership: How it works: Best practices in employee ownership. Kent, OH: Kent Popular Press, Worker Ownership Institute.

Logue, J., & Yates, J. (2001). The real world of employee ownership. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

*Lund, M. (2011). Solidarity as a business model: A multi-stakeholder cooperatives manual. Kent: Cooperative Development Center at Kent State University.

MacPherson, I. (1979). Each for all: A history of the co-operative movement in English Canada, 1900-1945. Toronto: Macmillan Company of Canada Limited.

Marxuach, S. M. (2004). Building a nation of owners: Utilizing credit unions to increase financial access and expand asset ownership in Puerto Rico. San Juan: Center for the New Economy.

*Mellor, J. W. (2009). Measuring cooperative success: New challenges and opportunities in low- and middle-income countries (pp. 72): United States Overseas Cooperative Development Council and United States Agency for International Development.

*Merrett, C. D., & Walzer, N. (Eds.). (2001). A cooperative approach to local economic development. Westport: Quorum Books.

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Münkner, H.-H. (2005). How to form a co-operative self-help organization? A manual for persons desirous to form co-operatives and promoters of co-operative development. Marburg: Marburg Consult for Self-help Promotion.

*Nadeau, E. G., & Thompson, D. J. (1996). Cooperation works!: How people are using cooperative action to rebuild communities and revitalize the economy. Rochester, MN: Lone Oak Press, Ltd.

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*Novkovic, S. (2008). Defining the co-operative difference. Journal of Socio-Economics, 37, 2168-2177.

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*Pencavel, J., & Craig, B. (1994). The empirical performance of orthodox models of the firm: Conventional firms and worker cooperatives. Journal of Political Economy, 102(4), 718-744.

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*Robb, A., Rixon, D., Maddocks, J., & Hicks, E. (2011). Co-operative non-financial reporting. Halifax: St. Mary's University.

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