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Project C4 - Preliminary Profile of the Size and Scope of the Social Economy in Alberta and British Columbia
The purpose of project is to identify, review and analyze existing data with the objective of developing a preliminary profile of the Social Economy within Alberta and British Columbia. The profile will be comprised of ...
Project C3 - Socio-Economic and Environmental Context, Profile and Trends for B.C. and Alberta
This project will provide a general socio-economic profile of both provinces using key economic, social, health and some environmental indicators for comparative analysis of well-being conditions in both provinces. As well, ...
BALTA SURVEY- READ ONLY VERSION PDF
A copy of the BALTA Survey for people to review before completing the online survey available at www.socialeconomy-bcalberta.ca Click on the "Open" hotlink below.
Project C7 - Nova Scotia Co-operative Development System Case Study – Phase Two:
BALTA’s aims, as reflected in the SSHRC proposal, include researching innovative practices that are achieving demonstrable results elsewhere and exploring whether such innovations can be adapted to achieve significant ...
Rural Sociological Barriers to Adoption of Conservation and Food safety in Rural Alberta
This project was premised on the belief that adoption of conservation and food safety beneficial management practices is affected not only by economic factors, but also by a host of other socio-psychological variables. ...
Exploring Applications of the Nova Scotia Co-op Development System in B.C. and Alberta
(British Columbia Co-operative Association ; Alberta Community and Co-operative Association, 2009-05)
This report summarizes the results of a participatory action research project of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA). The research examined how to strengthen the co-operative development systems in ...
Project A3-2007 The Non-Profit Sector Capital Market in B.C. and Alberta
This research project will explore the non-profit sector capital market in B.C. and Alberta with a focus on the role that this market can play in developing, supporting and strengthening social economy organizations.