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Record #162338:

Participation and self-management in Greenland revisited / Gorm Winther.

Title: Participation and self-management in Greenland revisited / Gorm Winther.
Author(s): Winther, Gorm.
Date: 2001.
Publisher: Nuuk: Inussuk
In: Participatory ownership and management in Greenland and other Arctic regions - Proceedings from a network seminar in Ilulissat. (2001.),
Abstract: First article was in 1987. Government policy changed drastically in interim towards neo-liberal market competition. So did policies of progressive parties Siumut and Inuit Ataqatigiit when Marxist-led ideas were changed, perhaps in "Yes Minister" style. by Social Democrat central administration and Ministry for Greenland Affairs. Data on cooperatives is at best qualitative. Consumers' cooperatives were State initiative; suppliers' were all low-tech, with fish either salted or dried, and some sheep or reindeer. Constraints include presence of Royal Greenland Trade in towns, lack of eduction and knowledge, colonialist paternalism, geographical conditions in North where most cooperatives were based, and opposition from Danes in positions of power.
Notes:

In: Participatory ownership and management in Greenland and other Arctic regions - Proceedings from a network seminar in Ilulissat / Gorm Winther, ed.

Keywords: 33 -- Economics.
334.1 -- Cooperatives.
K -- Economics and economic development.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 162338

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