Zeitschrift für das gesamte Genossenschaftswesen
Ed. by Blome-Drees, Johannes / Brazda, Johann / Doluschitz, Reiner / Göler von Ravensburg, Nicole / Kling, Michael / Lehmann, Matthias / Pester, Marion / Reichel, Richard
Aims and Scope
Introducing the ZfgG
- The only internationally distributed journal on co-operative studies in German
- Unique synopsis about development of the co-operative law
- Since over 65 years following the co-operative development
- A long-lasting archive of the co-operative system
- The organ for co-operative studies and practice issued on behalf of the Working Group of Institutes for Co-operative Studies
Who is behind the ZfgG?
The ZfgG is the only internationally distributed German-language periodical to deal with the study of co-operatives. It was first published in 1950 by members of the Institute for Research into Co-operatives at the University of Erlangen. Today, a number of professors and research institutes in Germany, Switzerland and Austria are responsible for the publication.
What is the ZfgG?
The ZfgG is an academic discussion forum for the legal, sociological and economical aspects of co-operatives. Work is judged to be academic not by virtue of its origin within a university, but by its style and quality. Close contacts with the real world of co-operatives is vital.
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Instructions for Authors
The periodical contains papers in German and English.
The editorial office is always interested in publications suitable to the rubric book reviews. Please do not hesitate to inform us about publications or events in the co-operative field.
If a minimum purchase of 350 items is guarantueed, the publication of special issues is possible. The papers contained have to meet the same requirements as within the periodical, except that papers in English are possible. Editing is charged if necessary, the price per item will be calculated by the publisher. Additional marketing by the editorial office or the publisher is not possible. Please contact the editorial office if you are interested.
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Dr. Johannes Blome-Drees (Köln), Prof. Dr. Johann Brazda (Wien), Prof. Dr. Reiner Doluschitz (Hohenheim), Prof. Dr. Nicole Göler von Ravensburg (Frankfurt), Prof. Dr. Michael Kling (Marburg), Prof. Dr. Matthias Lehmann (Bonn), Dr. Marion Pester (Winterthur) und Prof. Dr. Richard Reichel (Nürnberg)
Prof. Dr. Richard Reichel (editor-in-chief), Severin Bachmann (editorial assistent)
Zeitschrift für das gesamte Genossenschaftswesen (ZfgG)
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