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Strategies for Action and Public Policy implications of the Third Degree Cooperatives in Argentina Imprimir E-mail

STRATEGIES FOR ACTION AND PUBLIC POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF THE THIRD DEGREE COOPERATIVES IN ARGENTINA


María Cristina Acosta; Cynthia Cecilia Srnec
Centro de Estudios de Sociología del Trabajo
Facultad de Ciencias Económicas - Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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SUMMARY

This paper researches the impact of the Argentine cooperative entities representing the contemporary public policy. We present a case study of the two largest third-degree cooperatives in the country, discuss the goals and strategies in interactions with State agencies. The results of the actions of actors define goals and strategies that can be convergent and / or divergent. We conclude that the links have been built with the State federations selected characteristics of complementarily and cooperation in general. Also, the power to influence the organizations surveyed in the definition of public policies is not only equity, but mainly the political opportunities and the ability to inter-stakeholder alliances through collective strategies.


KEY WORDS: Third Degree Cooperatives; Public Policy; Social Economy; Action Strategies.

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