HISTORICAL-LEGAL AND ECONOMIC FEATURES OF PRE-COOPERATION FORMATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF COMMUNITY SOCIETY

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Dr. Inna Michailovna Nevleva
Ph. D. (C) Vladimir Kuzmich Nevlev
Ph. D. (C) Vladislav Vladimirovich Nevlev
Dr. Larisa Vladimirovna Solovyeva
Lic. Vladislava Igorevna Solovyeva
Mt. Anastasia Vladislavovna Nevleva

Resumen

In the theory of the international cooperative movement, the time of the legal birth of cooperation is considered to be the beginning of the 18th – the end of the 19th centuries. This historical period is characterized by the stratification of the social composition of society into the bourgeoisie and hired workers, which served as the economic and legal reason for the creation of cooperatives. However, social classes, divided into the oppressors and the oppressed, have always existed, except for a classless primitive society. The emergence of elements of primitive cooperation, or precooperation, has been observed throughout world history.

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Cómo citar
Nevleva, Inna, Vladimir Nevlev1, Vladislav Nevlev, Larisa Solovyeva, Vladislava Solovyeva, y Anastasia Nevleva. 2020. «HISTORICAL-LEGAL AND ECONOMIC FEATURES OF PRE-COOPERATION FORMATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF COMMUNITY SOCIETY». Revista Inclusiones, marzo, 334-45. https://revistainclusiones.org/index.php/inclu/article/view/1290.