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Table of Contents



Editorial


Peer review articles

New co-operativism as social innovation: Progress or regress? 

Rory Ridley-Duff, pp. 5-24


Short articles

Bundling co-operative higher education: Towards a theory of co-operative learning        

Malcolm Noble and Cilla Ross, pp.25-29


Charles Sheridan Jones - The Co-operative Granite Quarries Limited and the Aberdaron Co-operative Housing Society Limited

Michael Statham, pp. 30-35


Book Reviews

Co-operation and globalisation: The British Co-operative wholesales, the Co-operative Group and the world since 1863
By Anthony Webster
Reviewed by Jan Myers, pp. 36-37

The International Co-operative Alliance and the consumer movement in northern Europe, c.1860-1939
By Mary Hilson
Reviewed by Jan Myers, pp. 38-40


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