Co-operative Business EM
KRGarant předmětu: prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., dr. h. c.
|Typ předmětu: |
|Zařazení do semestru: ||9. |
|Hodin přednášek/semestr: ||28|
|Hodin cvičení/semestr: ||14|
|Zkouška: ||písemná a ústní |
|Popis, cíl a formy výuky:||One of the aims of this subject is to make students more aware of the significance of co-operatives and the key roles they are playing in the lives of so many people. Another key objective is to underline the competitive advantages of the co-operative way of doing business, and to suggest ways in which co-operatives can build on their competitive edge. Important personalities in the development of cooperatives. Emergence of early cooperatives in western Europe, early cooperative efforts in other selected countries. Nature and objectives of cooperative enterprise : principles and characteristics of the cooperatives-definition, aim and differences between cooperatives and other forms of enterprises.|
|1||Bonner, A. British Co-operation. Manchester:Co-operative Union, 1996.
|2||Briscoe, R. The Co-operative Idea. UCC:Centre for Co-operative Studie, 1982.
|3||Briscoe, R. Co-operatives in Ireland. National University of Ireland, 2000.
|1||Hird, Ch. Making co-operation competitive. Red Pepper, November, 2000.
|2||Miller, D. How excellent Organisations Can Bring About Their Own Downfall. New York:Harper Business, 1990.
|3||Mohn, P. O., Buckley, J. Decision processes in Irish diary co-ops. Centre for Cooperative Studies University College Cork.