Publications archive
Filtered by: Working papers

Publications archive
Filtered by: Working papers

Publications

Euricse’s Working Paper Series consists in a collection of papers that are available for free in electronic format and can be downloaded on Euricse’s website. This allows for a broad dissemination of articles focused on the main research topics of the Institute (i.e. cooperative and social enterprises’ rationale, evolution, role, behaviour, and impact) and it stimulates debate among scholars and practitioners working in the same field. Euricse’s Working Paper Series includes articles written in English, Italian or other European languages according to various disciplinary perspectives that range from economics, law, sociology, history, and political science. The Series also comprises key studies focused on territorial/sectoral analyses. Experts of the field, as well as Ph.D. students and young researchers, are offered the opportunity to contribute to the Series.

The Working Paper Series is also posted on Euricse’s Research and Working Paper Series on Social Science Research Network (SSRN): http://www.ssrn.com/link/Euricse-RES.html. To subscribe to this series and receive the latest research delivered to you in an email abstracting journal, please visit:  http://hq.ssrn.com/jourInvite.cfm?link=EURICSE-RES.

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WP 80|15 Social and political embeddedness of Argentina’s worker- recuperated enterprises: a brief history and current trends
by: Slobodan Cvejic, Irena Petrovic
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WP 79|15 L’Efficacia Operativa delle Fondazioni di Origine Bancaria Italiane: Un’Analisi Empirica
by: Giovanni Ferri
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WP 78|15 The Italian Road to Creating Worker Cooperatives from Worker Buyouts: Italy’s Worker-­Recuperated Enterprises and the Legge Marcora Framework
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WP 77|15 Comunità e cooperazione: l’evoluzione delle cooperative verso nuovi modelli di partecipazione democratica dei cittadini alla gestione dei servizi pubblici
by: Pier Angelo Mori
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WP 76|15 Was the Crisis Due to a Shift from Stakeholder to Shareholder Finance? Surveying the Debate
by: Angelo Leogrande, Giovanni Ferri
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WP 75|15 Why Social Enterprises are asking to be multi-stakeholder and deliberative: an explanation around the costs of exclusion
by: Silvia Sacchetti, Carlo Borzaga
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WP 74|14 Social Enterprise in Ireland: The Camara Education Experience
by: Michele Eccher
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WP 73 |14 De la Economía Popular a la Economía Social y Solidaria: el Caso de los Recicladores de Base en Santiago de Chile
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WP 72|14 Groups and Trust: Experimental Evidence on the Olson and Putnam Hypotheses
by: Giacomo Degli Antoni, Gianluca Grimalda
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WP 71|14 The International Year of Cooperatives and the 2020 Vision
by: Maged Eid, Federico Martínez-Carrasco Pleite
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WP 70|14 Pricing and Price Regulation in a Customer-Owned Monopoly
by: Nicola Doni, Pier Angelo Mori
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WP 69|14 Europe in Transition: The Role of Social Cooperatives and Social Enterprises
by: Giulia Galera, Sara Depedri, Riccardo Bodini, Gianluca Salvatori, Carlo Borzaga