Featuring research and analysis from members of NCBA CLUSA’s Council of Cooperative Economists, we distributed a limited print run of our Fall 2018 issue of the Cooperative Business Journal at this year’s Co-op IMPACT Conference.
Missed the event? Get a digital version of the Fall issue of the Journal online now at ncbaclusa.coop/journal.
This issue includes an update on critical efforts to quantify the cooperative economy related to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. We learn why credit union CEOs’ commitment to community over compensation leads to economic stability, and how electric cooperatives are poised to provide “last-mile” broadband access—along with new economic opportunities—in rural America. This issue also explores how the cooperative business model could transform the childcare industry and envisions how co-ops could not only contribute to, but reshape, emerging economic models.
We are now accepting submissions and ads for the Winter 2019 issue of the Cooperative Business Journal. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reach a specialized audience of thousands of cooperators who read with purpose!
The Cooperative Business Journal is a digital magazine published quarterly by NCBA CLUSA, cultivating the best work of experts, journalists and thought leaders in the cooperative space.