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Structuring for Member Control in Large Cooperatives: A Case Study in Dairy
Thomas W. Gray (au)
In coops, the concepts of democracy, sovereignty, & equality are called democratic member control. However, requirements to achieve such control vary by size of coop. Over time & in response to market forces, many coops have grown from org. with a few hundred to several thousand members. Direct democracy has become impossible. All members cannot be assembled at one time & place. Large coops, therefore, have had to develop a system of representation to replace equal & direct participation in decision-making. This study provides a method & some guidelines for a large org. to use to analyze its member control structure &, if necessary, strengthen its democratic character. Illustrations.
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