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Case
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Reference no. 385-043-1
Authors: Steven Worthington (Stirling Management School)
Published in: 1985

Abstract

This is the second of a three part series, ''Beechville Cooperative Society Ltd (A) to (C)'', (385-042-1 to 385-044- 1), covering the years 1982-1985, and the continuing dilemma for the Beechville Society is whether to continue as an independent entity or to merge with a large neighbouring society. The case concerns the problems that face a medium sized cooperative society in the early 1980s. By implication, it also addresses some of the problems faced by the whole of the cooperative movement.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
180 employees
Other setting(s):
1982-1985

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Abstract

This is the second of a three part series, ''Beechville Cooperative Society Ltd (A) to (C)'', (385-042-1 to 385-044- 1), covering the years 1982-1985, and the continuing dilemma for the Beechville Society is whether to continue as an independent entity or to merge with a large neighbouring society. The case concerns the problems that face a medium sized cooperative society in the early 1980s. By implication, it also addresses some of the problems faced by the whole of the cooperative movement.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
180 employees
Other setting(s):
1982-1985

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