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Published on 27/03/2015 by redazione

Study Group on European Cooperative Law

The Study Group on European Cooperative Law (SGECOL) is a group of cooperative law scholars from different European countries, whose first meeting was held in Trento, at EURICSE, on 29-30 November 2011. SGECOL aims to conduct comparative research on cooperative law in Europe, thus promoting increased awareness and understanding of cooperative law within the legal, […]

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Published on 18/03/2015 by redazione

WP 24|12 New Study Group on European Cooperative Law: “Principles” project

This paper presents both a new scientific network named “Study Group on European Cooperative Law” (SGECOL), and the “Principles of European Cooperative Law” (PECOL) project, which SGECOL has identified as its first research activity.

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Published on 19/09/2017 by redazione

The Principles of European Cooperative Law

The very first comparative study of European principles of cooperative law is out now! The book “The Principles of European Cooperative Law”, published by Intersentia, is written by a team of legal scholars  (Gemma Fajardo, Antonio Fici, Hagen Henrÿ, David Hiez, Deolinda Meira, Hans-H. Münkner and Ian Snaith) gathered around Study Group on European Cooperative […]

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Published on 18/09/2017 by redazione

Principles of European Cooperative Law

The Principles of European Cooperative Law (PECOL) focus on the ‘ideal’ legal identity of cooperatives. Drafted by a team of legal scholars (Gemma Fajardo, Antonio Fici, Hagen Henrÿ, David Hiez, Deolinda Meira, Hans-H. Münkner and Ian Snaith) gathered around Study Group on European Cooperative Law –(SGECOL), who’s work and studies are supported by Euricse, the […]

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Published on 27/03/2015 by redazione

International Study Group on Utility Cooperatives

The aim of the International Study Group on Utility Cooperatives is to compare the state and development of cooperative solutions for the provision of public utilities across countries and/or sectors from different disciplinary backgrounds and through interdisciplinary work. Public utility cooperatives have emerged in several countries across the world at different points in time for […]

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Published on 27/02/2015 by redazione

Comparative analysis of legal regulations for cooperative and social enterprises at a European and international level

Since 2011 the Study Group on European Cooperative Law (SGECOL), a group of cooperative law scholars from different European countries, has been researching cooperative law in Europe, promoting increased knowledge and understanding of this specific discipline in the legal, academic and governmental fields at a national, European and international level.

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Published on 17/06/2014 by euricse

Did the Extent of Hybridization Better Enable Cooperative Banking Groups to Face the Financial Crisis?

The 2008 financial crisis affected both cooperative and joint-stock banking groups. But since these groups had adopted different forms and modes of governance, cooperative banks might have suffered less. Cooperative banking groups are seen as more risk-averse than jointstock banking groups. One possible explanation is that they are owned by their members and unlisted; another […]

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Published on 02/04/2015 by redazione

Cooperative Law: The importance of a regulatory framework at the EU level

June 9th at 11.30 at the Jacques Delors Building (room JDE 63) Brussels

The event will be dedicated to the presentation of the draft Principles of European Cooperative Law (PECOL), a research study conducted by Euricse’s Study Group on European Cooperative Law (SGECOL).

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Published on 15/12/2016 by redazione

HIGHLIGHTS 2016

The end of the year is a time to look back at what we’ve accomplished and gather new ideas for projects and activities for the year to come, without losing sight of our main goal: to create knowledge and enrich the debate on the cooperative business model in order to demonstrate its relevance in modern […]

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Published on 16/09/2015 by redazione

Meet Yiorgos Alexopoulos, research fellow at Euricse

Social Enterprise between social impact and financial needs

Yiorgos Alexopoulos is researcher at the Agricultural University of Athens (Greece) and Senior Research Fellow at Euricse in the framework of the project “Research in Social Enterprise, its social impact and its financial needs”(RiSE GRIT). The project is awarded by a Marie Curie Action – Intra-European fellowships for Career Development (IEF), 7FP.

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Published on 20/03/2015 by redazione

WCM | Exploring the co-operative economy – Report 2014

Quebec City, October 2014. The International Co-operative Alliance (the Alliance) – with the scientific and technical support of the European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises (Euricse) – launches the 2014 report of its global statistical project: The World Co-operative Monitor.

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Published on 07/03/2015 by redazione

Social Entrepreneurship Network

Euricse collaborated with the Trento Agenzia di Lavoro on participation in the international group Social Entrepreneurship Network (SEN).

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