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References 1. Altman, M. (2015). Cooperative Organizations as an Engine of Equitable Rural Economic Development // Journal of Co-Operative Organization and Management. Vol. 3, Issue 1, June, p. 14-23. doi: 10.1016/j.jcom.2015.02.001. 2. Baltramijūnas, S. (1938). Kooperatinis auklėjimas, švietimas bei propaganda. - Kaunas: Lietuvos kooperatyvų taryba. 3. Barton, D. G. (1989). What is a Cooperative? In D. W. Cobia (Ed.). Cooperatives in Agriculture. - Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. 4. Bijman, J., Iliopoulos, C., Poppe, K. J. et al. (2012). Support for

References Bandlerova, A., 2004. ‘Postavenie poľnohospodarskych družstiev na Slovensku’ (‘Situation of the agricultural cooperatives in Slovakia’). In: Regiony-VidiekŽivotne Prostredie (Regions-Countryside-Environment), Nitra: Slovenska Poľnohospodarska Univerzita. Bezemer, D. J., 2002. ‘De-collectivization in Czech and Slovak Agriculture: An Institutional Explanation’. Journal of Economic Issues . Vol. 36(3): 723‒745. Blaas, G., 1995. ‘Agriculture in Slovakia - A Forced Re-Structuring’. Sociologia . Vol. 27 (7‒8): 134‒141. Blaas, G., Buchta, S. and Namerova

. (2013), Corporate governance jako nowy obszar wiedzy i praktyki biznesowej , Studia Ekonomiczne. Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Katowicach, no. 141. Konieczna I. (2015), Model biznesowy spółdzielni a model biznesowy przedsiębiorstw o innej formie organizacyjno-prawnej. Różnice, odrębność czynników sukcesu , Difin SA, Warszawa. Kyaitha R.S., Nzioki P.M., Corporate governance practices and financial performance of housing cooperatives in Kenya , European Journal of Economic and Financial Research, September 2017, source: https

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1 Introduction Professional farmers’ cooperatives represent a new form of agricultural production and management formed through the voluntary organization, management, and cooperation of farmers. In the management of cooperatives, the central director-general plays a key role in operational and decision-making processes, in addition to being closely tied to organizational performance [ Bond, 2009 ; Xu and Zhang, 2016 ]. An enterprise is a combination of related resource elements, of which the most important resources are tangible capital and intangible human

. Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2012, 330 p. Akimbekova, G. et al. Evaluation of Agricultural Cooperative‘s Activities and the Mechanism of Improving their Effectiveness in the Republic of Kazakhstan (the methodological recommendations) LLP “Kazakh Research Institute of Economy Agribusiness and Rural Development“, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2011. Akimbekova, G. Legislative Basic of Agricultural Cooperatives of Kazakhstan: Issues and Solutions. In Issues of Agricultural Market, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2012, no. 1. Akimbekova, G. The Objective Necessity of Creation and Development of

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The article presents the origins, development and liquidation of the Jewish cooperative movement in Poland after the Second World War. It outlines the socio-political background, which contributed to the creation of a kind of national-cultural autonomy for the Jews, including one of its pillars - the cooperative movement. The functioning of cooperative institutions was analyzed for the structure of the industry, distribution and their number, and the number of workers employed there. I also assessed the role that their own cooperatives played in the reconstruction of post-war life of the Jewish population in Poland, both in the material as well as social and psychological fields, and also in the development of the cooperative movement in general.

? Reflections on key benefits, challenges and enabling mechanisms . International Journal for Quality in Health Care, Apr; 26, 2, 124-8. Kuhlmann, E., Burau, V., Correia, T., Lewandowski, R., Lionis, C., Noordegraaf, M., Repullo, J., 2013. A manager in the minds of doctors: a comparison of new modes of control in European hospitals . BMC Health Services Research 13:246. Lund, M., 2011. Multi-stakeholder Home Care Cooperatives: Reflections from the Experience of Québec . Final Report to the Cooperative Development Foundation December 29, Principal Co-opera Company

References [1] Alam M., Trapps P., Mumtaz S., Rodriguez J., Context-awa3re cooperative testbed for energy analysis in beyond 4G networks, ‘Telecommunication Systems’, 2017, 64 (2), pp. 225-244. [2] Hunter T., Nosratinia A., Diversity through Coded Cooperation, ‘IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications’, 2006, 5 (2), pp. 283-289. [3] Nosratinia A., Hunter T., Hedayat A., Cooperative communication in wireless networks, ‘IEEE Communications Magazine’, 2004, 42 (10), pp. 74-80. [4] Sendonaris A., Erkip E., Aazhang B., User cooperation diversity, Part I, System