Centre for Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan

The Centre for the Study of Co-operatives is an interdisciplinary teaching and research centre located on the University of Saskatchewan campus. Its goal is to provide people with conceptual and informational tools to understand co-operatives and to develop them as solutions to economic and social needs. 
The roughly 200 original resources in the Centre Publications are published in various forms — books, book chapters, journal articles, and the Centre’s series of occasional papers, research reports, and booklets — and cover a number of topics (see keywords.) The Centre also houses blogs, youtube videos, and a research portal covering four themes: co-operative governance, co-operative development, rural and agricultural communities, and indigenous co-operation.  English.