By Glynn McBride

ISBN-10: 1468468820

ISBN-13: 9781468468823

ISBN-10: 1468468847

ISBN-13: 9781468468847

The genesis of this e-book dates again a couple of years to an annual assembly of the yankee Institute of Cooperation. Cooperative leaders at that assembly brazenly expressed their emotions that they want a miles greater dedication at the a part of our land furnish universities particularly and different academic associations in most cases to making a better realizing of cooperatives and their position in our financial system. seeing that i used to be in contract with this place, the direction quite often staff motion which i used to be educating used to be replaced to stress the position of agricultural cooperatives. the necessity for a textbook designed to aid during this emphasis turned obvious. This ebook is the end result of an attempt to fulfill that want. This e-book has been ready with the coed and teacher in brain. it's dependent upon adventure won from a long time of interplay with scholars in a school room environment, in discussions with them after type hours, and when they had comprehensive their measure requisites and had taken positions in jndustry, govt, or somewhere else. whereas goals of the ebook have remained quite unchanged through the years, the sub­ stance and layout as technique of assembly these ambitions have replaced every now and then due to those contacts and discussions. The enter xiv Preface xv of scholars through the years as mirrored during this product is gratefully acknowledged.

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1980. The Conglomerate Corporation-An Antitrust Law and Economics Symposium, edited by Roger D. Blair, Sponsored by the Public Policy Research Center and The College of Law, University of Florida, Gainesville. Moore, J. R. 1959. Market Structure and Competitive Behavior in the Dairy Industry, The Present State of Knowledge. D. Thesis, University of Wisconsin, Madison. S. Department of Agriculture 1979. Structure Issues of American Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperative Services. Agricultural Economic Report 438.

Steps leading to an explicit consideration of agriculture will be examined as they unfold in our economic and legal history. The objective, of course, is to provide a well-rounded account of the development of public policy as it relates to institutions designed to bring public policy and private interests into some sort of acceptable working relationship. This discussion, hopefully, will help in providing better perspective for us in developing the why of agricultural cooperatives. Let's keep this in mind as we examine the succeeding chapters.

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