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Mainstreaming Co-OperationAn Alternative for the Twenty-First Century?$
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Anthony Webster, Linda Shaw, Rachael Vorberg-Rugh, and Rachael Vorberg-Rugh

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780719099595

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719099595.001.0001

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New models of ownership and governance

New models of ownership and governance

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(p.151) 9 New models of ownership and governance
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Mainstreaming Co-Operation
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Cliff Mills

Ruth Yeoman

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719099595.003.0009

This chapter explores new organisational forms of co-operative and mutual enterprise that have developed in twenty-first century Britain in the context of public sector reform and the state’s retreat from service provision. It notes the roots of these ‘new mutuals’ in the concepts of co-operation and mutuality developed in the nineteenth century and analyses the ideas, operational practices and organisational structures they use. Citing examples in health care and housing provision, they explore the growth of multi-constituency organisational forms among new mutuals. Finally, the chapter analyses the opportunities and challenges facing such organisations in seeking to mainstream mutuality in public services.

Keywords:   Co-operative movement (UK), Public services, NHS Foundation Trusts, Rochdale Boroughwide Housing, Housing, Health care, Consumers, Membership, Management, Governance, Multi-constituency organisations

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