Journal of Co-operative Studies Vol 54 No 3 (No 163) Winter 2021


Editorial 

Peer Reviewed Papers

Co-operative Principles and Values: Does the Talk Match the Walk?

Shahid Ghauri, Tim Mazzarol, and Geoffrey N. Soutar 


The Power of Co-operatives: Converting Monopolists into Self-regulating and Efficient Organisations

Morris Altman 


Personal Assistance Co-operatives: Possibilities and Pitfalls of Alternative Models of ‘Independent Living’

Steve Graby 


Accounting and Reporting for Co-operatives: A UK Perspective

Ian Adderley, Elisavet Mantzari, Maureen McCulloch and Daphne Rixon

Short Paper

The Case for a Community Bank for Wales: Banc Cambria

Alex Bird

Think Piece/Opinion

The Concept of the ‘Social and Solidarity Economy’ Damages the Prospect of Genuine Self-help Enterprises Achieving a Pivotal Role Within the Economy

Edgar Parnell 67

Interview

Rose Marley — CEO, Co-operatives UK: The Distribution of Power and Wealth

Mike Wistow

Book Review

Worker Co-operatives in India. By Timothy Kerswell and Surendra Pratep

Reviewed by François Deblangy 

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