- Title Pages
- Figures, tables and boxes
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Mainstreaming co-operatives after the global financial crisis
- 3 Our agencies: persuasion and the value of a concept to mainstreaming co-operation
- 4 G. J. Holyoake (1807–1906): a resource for a journey of hope?
- 5 History, citizenship and co-operative education, c. 1895–1930
- 6 ‘The unit of the co-operative movement … is a woman’: gender and the development of the co-operative business model in Britain
- 7 A continuing challenge: women and leadership in co-operatives
- 8 The wasted years? The Co-operative party during the 1930s
- 9 New models of ownership and governance
- 10 Co-operatives in health care: global prospects for the development of co-operatives as instruments of consumer-centred health care
- 11 The re-emergence of the co-operative model for architects
- 12 Co-operatives and climate protection: housing co-operatives in Germany
- 13 The co-operative identity: good for poverty reduction?
- 14 What do we really know about workers’ co-operatives?
- 15 The impact of the co-operative ethos on the creation of shared value: a case study of Lincolnshire Co-operative Society
- 16 Learning to swim against the tide: crises and co-operative credibility – some international and historical examples
- Mainstreaming Co-Operation
- Manchester University Press
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