The University of Sydney Business School

Co-operatives Research Group

The Co-operatives Research Group provides a forum for research into and teaching about all forms of mutual organisations, including; consumer, social, worker, finance, producer co-operatives and other membership based democratic organisations. The Group aims to shape and inform public policy debate on the co-operative sector and the contribution it makes and has the potential to make to social and economic development. It is the goal of the Group to become the focal point for all Co-operative Research being undertaken in Australia and the Asia Pacific Region.

Upcoming Events

Chinese Co-operatives after Economic Reform: A Management and Legal Perspective

Friday 17 October 2014

The CRG will be holding a panel discussion on 'Chinese Co-operatives after Economic Reform: A Management and Legal Perspective'.

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Co-operatives and Mutuals Research and Teaching Conference

19-20 November 2014

The Co-operatives Research Group in the Business School, the University of Sydney will be hosting a Co-operatives and Mutuals Research and Teaching Conference on 19-20 November 2014.

For more information please see: Co-operatives and Mutuals Research and Teaching Conference


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