Bruin, Larger Institutions Not Always Positively Influence Margins: The Case Of Human Coordination, Price Risk Management And Cooperatives In Tanzania. ​

Cooperatives can only protect their members from price risks if they have certain characteristics (i.e. alignment of control with benefits, a clear governance and sufficient funds). Cooperatives were financially more successful and had a larger contribution to community development if member empowerments and participation were high. 

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