Le fédéralisme coopératif est une école de pensée dans le domaine de la coopération économique. Historiquement, ses partisans ont inclus J.T.W. Mitchell, Charles Gide, Paul Lambert et Beatrice Webb (qui a inventé le terme dans son livre "The Co-operative Movement in Great Britain").

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  • Le fédéralisme coopératif est une école de pensée dans le domaine de la coopération économique. Historiquement, ses partisans ont inclus J.T.W. Mitchell, Charles Gide, Paul Lambert et Beatrice Webb (qui a inventé le terme dans son livre "The Co-operative Movement in Great Britain"). Beaucoup de fédérations coopératives ne cautionnent pas le fédéralisme coopératif.
  • This article deals with a particular ideology dealing with cooperative societies. For a discussion of cooperative federations as an organisational form, please see Cooperative federationCooperative federalism is a school of thought in the field of cooperative economics. Historically, its proponents have included J.T.W. Mitchell, Charles Gide, Paul Lambert, and Beatrice Webb (who coined the term in her book "The Co-operative Movement in Great Britain"). Many cooperative federations do not endorse Co-operative Federalism.
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  • Le fédéralisme coopératif est une école de pensée dans le domaine de la coopération économique. Historiquement, ses partisans ont inclus J.T.W. Mitchell, Charles Gide, Paul Lambert et Beatrice Webb (qui a inventé le terme dans son livre "The Co-operative Movement in Great Britain").
  • This article deals with a particular ideology dealing with cooperative societies. For a discussion of cooperative federations as an organisational form, please see Cooperative federationCooperative federalism is a school of thought in the field of cooperative economics. Historically, its proponents have included J.T.W. Mitchell, Charles Gide, Paul Lambert, and Beatrice Webb (who coined the term in her book "The Co-operative Movement in Great Britain").
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  • Co-operative federalism
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