Coopérations au sein d'un réseau en ESS : le cas d'Emmaüs International

Abstract : The cooperative and mutualist fact was the subject of several research papers in the 1980s (Mathe, 1983). But, to our knowledge, few are interested to the forms and modalities of cooperation in solidarity network to manage common goods and services. Ambroisine (2014) offers us a first analysis through Emmaus Europe. We propose here to complete this research path by mobilizing a research-action which we participated in 2011 for the 2012 World Assembly of International Emmaüs Movement in Anglet-France. We theorize models of cooperation within the network from the activity container on the one hand, and the priority construction of access to water in Benin (Lake Nokoué). Joining E. Ostrom, we conclude that common ressources management problems can be solved by singular forms of voluntary organizations more effective than coercive models, thus challenging the thesis of the "tragedy of the Commons".
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Pascal Glemain, Jennifer Urasadettan, Alain Amintas. Coopérations au sein d'un réseau en ESS : le cas d'Emmaüs International. Les « communs » et l’économie sociale et solidaire. Quelles identités et quelles dynamiques communes ?, XVIe Rencontres du RIUESS, May 2016, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-02433594⟩

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