3 edition of Basque cooperativism found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Baleren Bakaikoa and Eneka Albizu|
|Series||Current research series no. 6|
|LC Classifications||HD3036.A3P3 B27 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011042133|
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The book is divided into three parts: Part 1 analyzes the origins, values, and culture of Basque cooperativism. Part 2 focuses on innovation in and the management system of Basque cooperatives as a source of competitive advantage vis-a-vis traditional corporations.
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Basque cooperativism. [Baleren Bakaikoa; Eneka Albizu; University of Nevada, Reno. Center for Basque Studies,; Universidad del País Vasco,;] -- "Collection of essays on Basque Cooperativism"--Provided by publisher.
Book Description Center For Basque Studies, Condition: New. "Collection of essays on Basque Cooperativism"--Provided by publisher. *** Nota: Los envíos a España peninsular, Baleares y Canarias se realizan a través de mensajería Range: £ - £ The book is divided into three parts: Part 1 analyzes the origins, values, and culture of Basque cooperativism.
Part 2 focuses on innovation in and the management system of Basque cooperatives as a source of competitive advantage vis-à-vis Basque cooperativism book corporations. Available now at - ISBN: - Soft cover - Basque Studies, Reno, Nevada, U.S.A.
- - Book Condition: Very Good - SHIPPING: Regular Mail Only: The book is clean. No writing on the pages. The Basque Book is a love letter: to the Basque Country, which inspired these recipes and continues to inspire top culinary minds from around the world; to ingredients high and low; and to the craft of cooking well.
Read this book, make Basque food, learn to respect ingredients—and, quite simply, you will become a better cook/5(48). This perspective also enables her to draw out very effectively the links between managers, the ideology of cooperativism, and Basque nationalist politics. "Second, the analysis of Basque cooperativism book and class in Mondragon has important broader implications about contemporary class patterns.
In book: Current Research. Vol. Basque Cooperativism (pp) Chapter: Sources of competitive advantage in the Mondragon Cooperative GroupAuthor: Imanol Basterretxea. A study of the different ways in which innovation is understood in the Basque Country.
Basque Cooperativism, edited by Baleren Bakaikoa and Eneka Albizu. A comprehensive exploration of why the cooperative movement has flourished in the Basque Country and its response to the challenge of globalization. The book questions the very notion of.
A few years ago I was co-organizer in Havana of a conference that eventuated in the publication of the book entitled Basques in Cuba (). My collaborator was a famed political exile and extraordinary figure in Basque letters, Joseba Sarrionandia.
In addition to our conference we were working on an English-language translation of his poetry. The Mondragon Corporation is a corporation and federation of worker cooperatives based in the Basque region of was founded in the town of Mondragon in by graduates of a local technical college.
Its first product was paraffin is the tenth-largest Spanish company in terms of asset turnover and the leading business group in the Basque arters: Mondragón, Basque Country, Spain. Voicing the Moment: Improvised Oral Poetry and Basque Tradition (Paperback) Regular price $24 95 $ International Legacy of the Lehendakari Jose A.
Agirre's Government, The. This perspective also enables her to draw out very effectively the links between managers, the ideology of cooperativism, and Basque nationalist politics.
"Second, the analysis of cooperatives and class in Mondragon has important broader implications about contemporary class : $ The Center for Basque Studies Press is the world’s primary English-language source for publishing on topics related to the Basques, the Basque Country, and Basque culture, history, politics, diaspora issues, and classic texts.
Printed copies of CBS' books can be acquired through their bookstore and Amazon. Basque nationalism (Basque: eusko abertzaletasuna, Spanish: nacionalismo vasco, French: nationalisme basque) is a form of nationalism that asserts that Basques, an ethnic group indigenous to the western Pyrenees, are a nation, and promotes the political unity of the Basques, today scattered between Spain and its inception in the late 19th century, Basque.
Catholic Cooperativism and Social Movement in a Basque Valley ()", Social History, vol. 33, nº. 3,pp. Review of the Spanish translation of Liah Greenfeld's Nationalism. Five ways to Modernity, Revista de Estudios Políticos, no., pp.
Azkarraga, J. Slaying the Dragon Together: Modern Basque Cooperativism as a Transmutation of Traditional Society. In X. Arregi & A. Hess (Eds.), The Basque Moment: Egalitarianism and Traditional Basque Society (pp. Author: Joseba Azkarraga, George Cheney.
The Basque-Muslim state of the Banu Qasi (meaning "heirs of Cassius" in Arabic), founded c. near Tudela (Tutera in Basque), helped to maintain peace between the Basques and Al Andalus.
After Charlemagne's death, his son Louis the Pious. The argument of the book (The Myth of Mondragon) however is not only that the real workers cooperative, as opposed to the mythical one, divides workers within the cooperative but more especially has resulted in, and was meant to result in, the division of the working class in the local area and within the Basque country more generally.
The Basques are an ancient people who have inhabited this territory for thousands of years. Today, the Spanish part is an autonomous region with a Basque government, while the French part answers.
It’s undoubtedly due to the fact that the idea of cooperativism so ingrained in the Basque nationalism of the day (and which was the seed of Basque cooperativism today) is revolutionary. It’s revolutionary because it opposes both the soullessness of capitalism and the dehumanizing nature of Marxism at the same time.
Women and Basque cooperativism looking towards Europe: building a shared agenda ”30 years of EU cohesion policy: governance and future” The European Commission presents the new European Green Deal; Participation in the 5th Conference on.
In an op-ed for the British newspaper The Guardian 1, Wolff argues that a successful alternative to capitalism already exists. He reports on a recent visit to the Mondragón Corporation (MC) based in the Basque region of Spain, the largest workers’ co–op in the world.
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By Diego Torres. 3/1/17, AM CET. Updated 3/6/17, AM CET. Women and Basque cooperativism looking towards Europe: building a shared agenda “30 years of EU cohesion policy: governance and future” The European Commission presents the new European Green Deal; Participation in the 5th Conference on.
book written in Basque wasn’t published until For centuries, there was no formal government of the Basque country, and therefore no institution that could have aided in the continued existence of the Basque language or culture.
Yet, it prevailed nevertheless. Government in early Basque history was actually very informal and highly. Society of Baracaldo) was the beginning of modern Basque cooperativism (Altuna, ); begin- ning that year, the emergence of many other industrial cooperatives provided the basis for very.
The International Location of Basque Studies 1 Mari Jose Olaziregi, PhD University of the Basque Country / Etxepare Basque Institute. Editor’s note: This is a version of a paper given at the “Joan-Etorri” Basque Studies Symposium at Boise State University, J Author: Mari Jose Olaziregi.
The constitution of the Sociedad Cooperativa de Obreros de Barakaldo (Labor Cooperative Society of Baracaldo) was the beginning of modern Basque cooperativism (Altuna, ); beginning that year, the emergence of many other industrial cooperatives provided the basis for very vibrant cooperativism in the area.
Fieldwork performed in Cited by: José's book about the Basque region of Spain is part memoir, and part exploration of the regional dishes. Where José has noted a particularly good dish he credits the restaurant, and there's a list of favourite restaurants at the rear of the book.
The photographs are of the landscape and people of the Basque region/5(48). A review of Cooperatives Confront Capitalism (Zed, ) by Peter Ranis, Platform Capitalism (Polity, ) by Nick Srnicek and Ours to Hack and to Own (O/R Books, ) by Trebor Scholz and Author: Bernard Marszalek.
Catholic Cooperativism and Social Movement in a Basque Valley ()", Social History, vol. 33, nº. 3,pp. Indexed spanish journals / Nazio aldizkari indexatuak / Revistas nacionales indexadas (ERIH, RESH, INRECS, MIAR, ISOC, Thomson-ISI, SCOPUS). Basque (euskara) is a language spoken in the Basque Country (Gipuzkoa, Araba, Bizkaia) and Navarra (all of them in Spain) as well as in the French Basque Country (Labourd, Soule and Basse-Navarre).
As a language isolate, it is something of a linguistic curiosity; it has no relatives among any other living languages, in Europe or anywhere else, and is probably related to.
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Order Location: 9th Avenue New York, NY. Basque Nationalist Party, Basque Euzko Alderdi Jeltzalea (EAJ), Spanish Partido Nacionalist Vasco (PNV), Basque political party that supports greater autonomy for the Basque Country (including Navarra) within Spain.
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Basque Country an autonomous status, which was subsequently denied by the Franco regime (). This was a time of great cruelty. One such example is the aerial bombing of the Basque city of Guernica inwhich led to hundreds of civilian deaths (Southworth ; Patterson, )5. The town of Mondragón-Arrasate.
(Richard Hobbs) I recently completed a study tour to Mondragon, a small town in the Basque region of Spain, which is the home of the world’s largest and most Author: Fifty by Fifty. The Basque Book: A Love Letter in Recipes from the Kitchen of Txikito " original, fresh recipes that without exception stimulate the taste buds and inspire cooks to rush into the kitchen." -Publishers Weekly.
Order now at: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Indiebound. Contents Introduction Part One: Defining the Basques 1 Basque Anthropology 2 Situating the Basques: Physical and Human Geography 3 Prehistoric Enigmas 4 Euskara 5 Prehistoric Art Part Two: Basque History 6 Romanization 7 The Middle Ages 8 The Modern Era 9 Basque Nationalism 10 Basque Political Violence and the International Discourse of Terrorism 11.
Basque question: Spain's pressing problem. Basque activists arrested by police are imprisoned in jails across Spain to prevent them collaborating behind bars.
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