Vieta, M. (Ed.). (2010). The new cooperativism (special issue). Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action, 4(1)

Marcelo Vieta defines the New Cooperativism (5 min. video presentation, Jun. 2021)

The UK Society for Co-operative Studies (UKSCS), the EMES International Research Network (EMES), and the European Research Institute for Co-operative and Social Enterprise (EURICSE) invite you to submit a paper to the Journal of Co-operative Studies as part of new joint call: Why "New Cooperativism"? Why Now? (2021-2022).

Abstract of 2010
Special Issue

Cooperative practices and values that challenge the status quo while, at the same time, creating alternative modes of economic, cultural, social, and political life have emerged with dynamism in recent years. The 15 articles in this issue--written by activists, coop practitioners, theorists, historians, and researchers--begin to make visible some of the myriad modes of cooperation existing today around the world that both directly respond to new enclosures and crises and show pathways beyond them. Prefiguring other possibilities for organizing life and provisioning for our needs and desires, we call these cooperative experiments the new cooperativism.