Análisis Comparativo, Modalidad Empresarial con Enfoque de Economía Popular y Solidaria, Asociaciones Productivas Rurales

Translated title of the contribution: Comparative Analysis, Business Modality with Focus for Popular Economy and Solidarity, Rural Productive Associations

Olga Patricia Zuñiga Brito, Sonia Marisol Cajilima Mendoza, Gliceria Petrona Gomez Ceballos

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Abstract

Even though academia has advanced in conceptualization and there are policies on organizational forms with a solidarity economy approach, in the practice of rural environments, the behavior is heterogeneous in relation to the will for its impulse. There is not yet a clear systematization that contributes to the identification of regularities of this process. The objective of this work is to show the reality of two agricultural territories through a comparative analysis of the evolution of productive associations in the parishes of El Valle and San Joaquín, Cuenca canton, Ecuador. The characteristics of them are that the agricultural production is family and the surplus is destined for sale. The techniques applied for the collection of primary information were interviews with community actors and surveys of members, based on the use of the empirical method; the induction-deduction Even though academia has advanced in conceptualization and there are policies on organizational forms with a solidarity economy approach, in the practice of rural environments, the behavior is heterogeneous in relation to the will for its impulse. There is not yet a clear systematization that contributes to the identification of regularities of this process. The objective of this work is to show the reality of two agricultural territories through a comparative analysis of the evolution of productive associations in the parishes of El Valle and San Joaquín, Cuenca canton, Ecuador. The characteristics of them are that the agricultural production is family and the surplus is destined for sale. The techniques applied for the collection of primary information were interviews with community actors and surveys of members, based on the use of the empirical method; the induction-deduction
Translated title of the contributionComparative Analysis, Business Modality with Focus for Popular Economy and Solidarity, Rural Productive Associations
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Pages (from-to)290-312
JournalCooperativismo y Desarrollo (Pinar del Río)
Volume7
Issue number3
StatePublished - 31 Aug 2019

Keywords

  • Agricultural productive
  • Asociaciones productivas agrícolas
  • Associations
  • Economy
  • Economía popular y
  • Indicadores socio-económicos
  • Popular and solidarity
  • Socio-economic indicators
  • Solidaria

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