Governance structure of chinese farmer cooperatives: Evidence from Zhejiang province
The governance of farmer cooperatives in China is addressed regarding democratic decision-making procedures, participation in decision making, member exit, and profit allocation. Empirical results from a survey of fruit and vegetable cooperatives in the Zhejiang province (China) indicate that the distribution of ownership rights, decision rights, and income rights in a farmer cooperative is quite skewed towards a small proportion of members. Several governance practices by cooperatives are not in line with the requirements specified by the Law. [EconLit classification; D210; Q130].
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Liang, Q.X, Hendrikse, G.W.J, Huang, Z, & Xu, X. (2014). Governance structure of chinese farmer cooperatives: Evidence from Zhejiang province. Agribusiness. doi:10.1002/agr.21400