The University of Wisconsin Press
Economics and Business
Cooperatives and Mutuals in the Market System
Richard B. Heflebower
In these pages, Richard B. Heflebower offers the first full examination and analysis of cooperatives and financial mutuals. He treats them not as part of a social movement but as one form of industrial organization, an enterprise owned by its patrons who, by this means, enter markets already occupied by the traditional investor-owned firms. Heflebower’s comprehensive study will be of lasting interest and value to scholars and students in agricultural economics and industrial organization, and to economists whose work touches these areas.
was, at the time of publication, professor emeritus at Northwestern University.
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LC: 79-005407 HD
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