Co-ops in Eastern & Central Europe- Hungary- Table of Contents

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    This document has been made available in electronic format
         by the International Co-operative Alliance ICA 
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                         August 1992

source : Janos Juhasz, Co-operatives in Eastern & Central Europe, ICA
Studies and Reports, Geneva, 1992, 62 pp. price 12 CHF

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                        Table of Contents
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Preface

1.        Main Characteristics of the Present  Co-operative Structure

1.1       Types of co-ops and their significance in  quantitative terms

1.2       Brief historical background

1.2.1     Co-operatives in the central planning system

1.3       Membership relations in the existing co-operatives

1.4       National co-operative organizations, associations  and federations

1.5       Strengths and weaknesses of the existing co-op system

2.        The Co-operative Reform Process

2.1       Government co-operative policies

2.2       Co-operative legislation
2.2.1     The unified co-operative ac

2.2.2     The co-operative transition act

2.3       Tendencies towards "spontaneous" transformation

3.        Future Options for Co-operatives

3.1       The major trends of changes

3.2       Need for international assistance

4.        Contact Organizations