international journal of co-operative management 2013 (pdf)

Download International Journal of Co-operative Management 2013 (PDF)

Post on 03-Jan-2017

215 views

Category:

Documents

0 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

  • ISSN 17414814

    THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF

    Cooperative

    ManageMentVOLUME 6 NUMBER 2 SEPTEMBER 2013

    THIS ISSUE:

    THE GOVERNANCE OF CO-OPERATIVE HOUSING: CURRENT CHALLENGES

    AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

    REFEREED PAPERS: THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL HOUSING: A DUTCH CASE; THE ECONOMICS OF

    HOUSING CO-OPERATIVES EXTERNALITIES GOVERNING FOR HABITABILITY: SELF-ORGANISED

    COMMUNITIES IN ENGLAND AND ITALY; A STUDY OF THE FEASIBILITY OF RESIDENT

    GOVERNANCE IN LOW INCOME RURAL COMMUNITIES IN THE USA: CO-OPERATIVE

    PRINCIPLES AND CO-OPERATIVE PERFORMANCE; ARE CO-OPERATIVE PRINCIPLES REFLECTED

    IN PERFORMANCE

    RESEARCH REPORTS: INCREASED EFFIECIENCY AND CLIMATE PROTECTION THROUGH

    RESIDENTS PARTICIPATION.

    EXECUTIVE OPINION: JAPANESE AGRICULTURAL

    BOOK REVIEW: EMPIRE AND CO-OPERATION

    Co-operative - Journal:Layout 1 30/09/2013 10:21 Page 2

  • International Journal of Co-operative Management

    Editor

    Dr. Peter Davis, Director, Unit for Membership Based Organisations, School of Management, University ofLeicester

    Guest Editors

    Dr. Richard Lang, Ass.Prof. Institute for Innovation Management, University of LinzProf.Dr. Dietmar Roessl, Head of Research Institute for Co-operation and Co-operatives, WU ViennaUniversity

    Associate Editors

    Dr Yiorgos Alexopoulos, Department of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural University of AthensProf. Samuel M. Natale, Chair, Department of Management, Adelphi University, New YorkProf Sonja Novkovic, Sobey School of Business, Saint Marys University, Halifax, Canada

    Commissioning Editor

    Robby Tulus, Consultant

    Editorial Consultant

    John Donaldson, Foundation Member, New Harmony Press Ltd

    Editorial Advisory Board

    Sister Helen Alford, O.P. AngelicumProf. Pilar Alguacil, Professor of Tax Law, University of Valencia, SpainProf. Dr Johann Brazda, Department of Business Administration Co-operative Studies, University of ViennaProf. Suleman Chambo, Former Principal, University College of Co-operative and Business Studies, MoshiProf. Elba Echevarra Daz, MPA, Cateddrtica Auxiliar, Instituto de Co-operativismo, Facultad d CienciasSociales, Universidad de Puerto RicoMr John Harvey, Former Chief Executive, Co-op Atlantic, CanadaDr Tapani Kpp, Ruralia Institute Mikkeli, University of HelsinkiMr Akiria Kurimoto, Acting Director, Consumer Co-operative Institute of JapanMr Mario Mazzoleni, MBA Director, Masters Division, dell Universit BocconiProf Ian McPherson, University of Victoria, CanadaDr. Nasser Mirepassi, Islamic Azad UniversityProf. Costas Papageorgiou, Dept of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural University of AthensDr Yehudah Paz, Chairperson Negev Institute for Strategies of Peace and Development, IsraelProf. Sigismundo Bialoskorski Neto, Department of Economics, University of Sao PauloDr Panayiotis Kaldis, Dept of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural University, AthensProf Ghislain Paradis, Universit de SherbrookDr K. Ramesha, National Institute of Bank Management, IndiaMr Ian Snaith, Department of Law, University of LeicesterProf Gustavo Lejarriaga Perez de las Vacas, Universidad Complutense de MadridProf. Steve Worthington, Department of Marketing, Monash UniversityMadam HJH Armi Zainudin, General Manager, Koperasi JCP Merchantile, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. FormerDirector of the Co-operative College of Malaysia

    Address for correspondence (for submission of manuscripts, see inside back cover)

    Dr. Peter Davis, Chartered FCIPD, AHEAUnit for Membership Based Organisations, School of Management,Ken Edwards Building, University of Leicester,University Road,Leicester, LE1 7RH.United Kingdom.

    Designed by design&print co | www.designandprintco.com

    New Harmony Press Ltd 2013ISSN 1741-4814

    Co-operative - Journal:Layout 1 30/09/2013 10:21 Page 3

  • CONTENTS

    International Journal of Co-operative Management Volume 6 Number 2 September 2013 3

    Contents

    Notes on Contributors.........................................................................................................................4

    Editorial.............................................................................................................................................7

    Guest Editorial..................................................................................................................................8

    Refereed Papers:the future of social housing. the Dutch caseHugo Priemus.....................................................................................................................................13

    the economics of housing co-operatives externalitiesMarkus Mndle..................................................................................................................................25

    governing for habitability: selforganised communities in england and italyFrancesco Minora, David Mullins and Patricia A. Jones...................................................................33

    Bringing residents to the table: the feasibility of co-operative governance in rural low incomehousing in the USaTerry Lewis, Christina A. Clamp, Eric L.Jacobs...............................................................................46

    Housing co-operative societies and sustainable housing delivery in oyo State, nigeriaA.T. Adeboyejo and J.A. Oderinde....................................................................................................61

    are co-operative principles reflected in performance reporting? a case study of insuranceco-operatives.Daphne Rixon....................................................................................................................................76

    Research Report:increased efficiency and climate protection in housing co-operatives through residentsparticipationChristin Wemheuer and Gabriele Wendorf........................................................................................91

    Executive Opinion:the relevance of Japanese agricultural co-operatives experience for developing countriesDamen Prakesh..................................................................................................................................97

    Book Review:empire and Co-operation. How the British empire used co-operatives in its developmentstrategies 1900 -1970......................................................................................................................105

    Notes for New Contributors ........................................................................................................111

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CO-OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    VOLUME 6 NUMBER 2 SEPTEMBER 2013

    Recognition of International Journal of Co-operative Management

    The Journal is listed in Cabells Management Directory, the premier journal listing agency in theUSA.

    Co-operative - Journal:Layout 1 30/09/2013 10:21 Page 4

  • NOTES ON THE CONTRIBUTORS

    4 International Journal of Co-operative Management Volume 6 Number 2 September 2013

    Notes on the Contributors

    Special Issue Guest Editors

    richard Lang, Dr., is assistant professor at theInstitute for Innovation Management at theUniversity of Linz, Austria. His research interestsinclude housing and community co-operatives,co-operative governance, social capital and socialinnovation. Richard Lang has published ininternational journals such as Voluntas,Technological Forecasting and Social Change,and European Planning Studies. Between 2011and 2013, he has undertaken research on the roleof co-operative housing for social cohesion forthe City of Vienna. Richard has just returned froma William Plowden post-doc fellowship at theUniversity of Birmingham where he conducted astudy on community-led housing and localism.

    Correspondence: richard.lang@jku.at

    Dietmar Roessl, Prof. Dr., is head of theResearch Institute for Co-operation and Co-operatives, head of the Institute for SmallBusiness Management and Entrepreneurship anddeputy head of the Department of GlobalBusiness and Trade at the WU Vienna Universityof Economics and Business. He holds a post-doctoral degree in the area of BusinessAdministration & Management (veniadocendi). He was a visiting professor at theUniversity Pilsen/Cheb, Czech Republic, and atthe Free University of Bolzano, Italy. He isreviewer for several scientific journals, such asVoluntas, Journal of Small Business Management,Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurshipand for the European Science Foundation.

    Correspondence: dietmar.roessl@wu.ac.at

    Authors

    Aina Thompson Adeboyejo is a Professor ofUrban and Regional Planning and currentlyteaches in the Department of Urban and RegionalPlanning of Ladoke Akintola University ofTechnology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria. He was one

    time visiting lecturer to the Department of Urbanand Regional Planning, University of Venda,Limpopo South Africa. His area of researchinterest are urban and regional development,housing and population-environment relationship.He is a member of several Professional bodiesand research award winners.

    Correspondence: thompsonadeboyejo@yahoo.com

    Christina A. Clamp, Ph.D., is director of theCenter for Co-operatives and CommunityEconomic Development and a professor of sociologyat Southern New Hampshire University. She is amember of the executive committee of the ICAResearch Committee and serves on the board oftwo co-operative development organizations inthe United States, the Food Co-operativeInitiative and the ICA Group.

    Correspondence: c.clamp@snhu.edu

    Eric L. Jacobs, Ph.D., is an instructor at SouthernNew Hampshire University and Roger WilliamsUniversity and works as a consultant andresearcher in community economic development.

    Correspondenc