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Cooperation principles and practices: the application of cooperation to the assembling, processing and marketing of farm products, to the purchase of farm supplies and consumers' goods and to credit and insurance

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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture. Dept. of Agricultural Economics
Cooperation principles and practices: the application of cooperation to the assembling, processing and marketing of farm products, to the purchase of farm supplies and consumers' goods and to credit and insurance
Madison, Wisconsin: Extension Service of the College of Agriculture, The University of Wisconsin, [1937]
128 p. : ill., tables, diagr. ; 23 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Cooperation principles and practices

[Title page] Cooperation principles and practices, p. [1]

[Introduction], Christensen, Chris L. p. [2]

Cooperation principles and practices. I. Cooperation defined, pp. 3-9

II. Possibilities and limitations, pp. 10-21

III. The extent of cooperation in the United States, pp. 22-27

IV. Cooperative purchasing, insurance and credit associations, pp. 28-39

V. Cooperation in Great Britain, pp. 40-47

VI. Cooperation in Denmark, pp. 48-59

VII. Agricultural cooperation in Switzerland, pp. 60-66

VIII. Types of cooperative associations, pp. 67-74

IX. Financing of cooperatives, pp. 75-86

X. Cooperative business records and their use, pp. 87-94

XI. Pooling as applied to expenses, sales receipts and products, pp. 95-98

XII. The management of cooperatives, pp. 99-104

XIII. Membership relations, pp. 105-109

XIV. Cooperative selling, pp. 110-117

XV. How to organize a cooperative, pp. 118-123

A brief selected list of books on cooperations, p. 124

Contents, pp. 125-128


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