Are Capitalist Firms the Only Ones Contributing to Growth?
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The worldwide financial and economic crisis has highlighted the limits of the present economic culture focused on the concept of infinite growth, based on the principle that the best growth model is the maximization of profits. It has shown the importance of cooperatives that focus their activities on preserving jobs and social cohesion and on the short-term economic result. This perspective preserves the strength of the economy for future growth.