Cooperatives and social clusters. The example of SCIC (Cooperative societies of public interest) and PTCE (Territorial clusters for economic cooperation) in France

Abstract : Today, some cooperatives are called on to play a key role in the development of collaborative networks; this is especially the case for social clusters. First, cooperatives seem to be well suited to manage a network of local actors. Secondly and conversely, clusters can participate in the development of cooperatives. These complex relationships between cooperatives and collaborative networks are clear in the case of the French "territorial clusters for economic cooperation".
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Myriam Matray, Jacques Poisat. Cooperatives and social clusters. The example of SCIC (Cooperative societies of public interest) and PTCE (Territorial clusters for economic cooperation) in France. 18th International Conférence on Cooperative Studies in Lucerne, Association of Cooperative Research Institutes, Sep 2016, Lucerne, Switzerland. pp.596-605. ⟨halshs-02119532⟩

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