|Series||Conference paper series -- no. 38 / 88, Conference paper series (Scottish Enterprise Foundation) -- no. 38/88.|
|Contributions||Scottish Enterprise Foundation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
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Music co-operatives: helping artists survive amid austerity believes that the sense of shared ownership which is part and parcel of being a co . Developing co-operatives. As the UK’s network for co-operatives, we help new-starts get off the ground, provide specialist advice for growing businesses and lead major programmes to develop the UK co-operative sector. Overview. In contrast to conventionally organized businesses, co-operatives attempt to evenly distribute power and ownership and encourage worker control through egalitarian ideologies, flattened management structures and greater information sharing. Like conventional businesses, though, they still pursue goals relating to profit and efficiency. A housing cooperative is a legal mechanism for ownership of housing where residents either own shares (share capital co-op) reflecting their equity in the cooperative's real estate, or have membership and occupancy rights in a not-for-profit cooperative (non-share capital co-op), and they underwrite their housing through paying subscriptions or.