Encouraging the development of Indigenous enterprises is recognised internationally as a critical strategy for enhancing well-being in Indigenous communities (Anderson 2002, Peredo and Chrisman 2006, Fuller et al. 2002). However, less well understood is the contribution to communities by Indigenous community-owned enterprises and co-operatives. In order to identify what factors may influence the success and outcomes generated by Indigenous co-operative and community owned enterprises we collected the data from a sample of 68 Indigenous community owned and co-operative businesses, located across Australia.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 04 Jul 2018|
|Event||International Cooperative Alliance 2018 Research Conference: ICA2018 - Wageningen International Conference Centre, Wageningen, Netherlands|
Duration: 04 Jul 2018 → 06 Jul 2018
https://www.wur.nl/upload_mm/7/d/5/62ec5902-3e95-4bf9-80a8-50cc91ece02f_abstract%20and%20program%20book%20V6-6.pdf (Conference program and abstracts)
https://www.wur.nl/upload_mm/8/f/0/e50196b2-5f12-4ee5-8cec-2da19bc4c95d_ICA2018%20Research%20Conference%20Detailed%20Programme%20%28draft%20V8%29.pdf (Conference program)
|Conference||International Cooperative Alliance 2018 Research Conference|
|Abbreviated title||Cooperatives in a rapidly changing world: innovation in enterprise and community|
|Period||04/07/18 → 06/07/18|
Krivokapic-Skoko, B., Oczkowski, E., Morrison, M., & Collins, J. (2018). Modelling the contributions to community in indigenous community owned and co-operative enterprises in Australia. 160-162. Abstract from International Cooperative Alliance 2018 Research Conference, Wageningen, Netherlands.