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Member Participation in Agricultural Cooperatives: A Regression and Scale Analysis
Thomas W. Gray (au); Charles Kraenzle (au)
Members may participate in coops in a variety of ways. Some limit their participation to economic patronage while others attend meetings, serve on committees, serve as elected officers, &/or recruit other members. If member participation is limited to economic patronage, a coop is little more than any other business. Member participation in the governance aspects of the org. gives coops their distinctive character. Several major social & economic changes have occurred in the last 20 years. Numbers of farms have declined continuously, while size in scale of both farms & coops has increased. This report analyzes some of the more basic aspects of membership participation & various characteristics associated with participation. Illustrations.
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