The Agricultural Cooperative in the Framework of the European Cooperative Society: Discussing and Comparing Issues of Cooperative Governance and Finance in Italy and Austria
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SubjectAgricultural law; Agricultural cooperatives; European Cooperative Society (SCE); Economic analysis of cooperative law; Cooperative law; Economic analysis of comparative law; Principles of European Cooperative Law (PECOL); Producer organisations; Law and economics; Comparative law
This book assesses the Statute for a European Cooperative Society (SCE) regarding agricultural activities by comparing how specific questions arising in this context must be dealt with under the Italian and Austrian legal systems. In this regard, Council Regulation (EC) No. 1435/2003, of 22 July 2003, on the Statute for a European Cooperative Society (SCE), is used as a tool for the structured analysis of various aspects of agricultural cooperatives. However, a comparison is only meaningful if the results are made comparable on the basis of a previously defined standard. Accordingly, the study uses, on one hand, a cooperative model developed by European legal scholars that defines general guidelines on how cooperatives should function (PECOL). On the other, the results are presented in connection with economic considerations to discuss how efficient rules can be developed.
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