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Voting and Representation Systems in Agricultural Cooperatives
Thomas W. Gray (au); Bruce Reynolds (au); Charles A. Kraenzie (au)
Fundamentally, an agricultural coop is its members. But this type of membership org. must have the power to make decisions as a unified & single entity. Coops follow democratic principles for determining & delegating the powers of governance & decision-making authority. Members elect a board of directors to assume a dual responsibility of representing member interests & executing fiduciary responsibilities of control. Directors carry out these responsibilities primarily in periodic board meetings with management. This report examines the two interrelated aspects of coop representation: (1) determining voting power of individual members, & (2) determining how directors are to be elected to coop boards. Charts & tables.
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