Journal of Co-operative Studies Vol 46 No 3 (No 139) Winter 2013

Editorial - Paul Jones

Peer -reviewed papers

Rory Ridley-Duff and Alistair Ponton - Workforce Participation: Developing a Theoretical Framework for Longitudinal Research -  Full Text          

Robert C Marshall - Does Certification and Self-Governance Professionalise Co-operative Home-Care Workers? The Attractions of Autonomy in Kōreikyō’s Co-operative Model of Home Care, pp  24-35 -  Full text          

Short Papers

Rebecca Harding - Collaborative Entrepreneurs: Recasting the Entrepreneurial Debate -  Full text 

Paul Thompson - Challenges of Growth in the US Credit Union Movement - Full text

Mark Hayes - Co-operative Capital - Full text

Chris Handy and Kevin Gulliver - Mutualism Offers UK Housing ‘More than Markets’ - full text

Peter Davis - The Loss of the Co-operative Bank. A Symptom of the Systemic Misreading of Co-operative History, Purpose, Philosophy and Economic Theory - full text

Mark Bradley - The Battle for Emotional Loyalty: How the Co-operative Movement’s Values are Only Truly Effective When They are Reflected in the Customer Experience - full text

Book reviewsfull text

Nick Matthews - Resilience in a Downturn: The Power of Financial Cooperatives, byJohnston Birchall  

Karl Dayson - The Resilience Imperative: Cooperative Transitions to a Steady-State Economy, by Michael Lewis and Pat Conaty

Ralph Swoboda - The Development of the Modern US Credit Union Movement 1970-2010, by Paul Thompson