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date: 18 November 2019

(p. xiii) List of Tables

(p. xiii) List of Tables

  1. 7.1 The 300 Largest Co-ops in 2012 (Numbers and Turnover) 100

  2. 14.1 Global Employee Ownership 199

  3. 18.1 The World Co-operative Monitor’s Types of Co-operative Organizations 264

  4. 18.2 The World Co-operative Metrics Framework Structure 265

  5. 18.3 Main Figures of the Co-operatives and Mutual Organizations in the World Co-operative Monitor Database by Macro Geographical Region. Number of Organizations, Turnover, and Turnover on GDP Per Capita 269

  6. 18.4 Turnover (in Billion USD) of the European Co-operatives and Mutual Organizations in the World Co-operative Monitor Database by Country. Years 2010–2012 273

  7. 20.1 Illustrative Fair Value Calculation Before and After Add-On ESOP Transaction 303

  8. 20.2 Simplified Example of Floor Price Protection (Valid for 3 Years) Assuming 100,000 Shares, Repayment Rate of $7 p.a. and Pre-Transaction Company Value of $10m 304

  9. 22.1 Overview of Important Regulations and Their Consequences for Energy Co-operatives 329

  10. 22.2 A Typology of Factors with Impact on Ownership Costs of Electricity Co-operatives 330

  11. 22.3 Challenges and Co-operative Governance Solutions on Electricity Markets 330

  12. 27.1 Worker Attitudes/Outcomes by Type of Organization 396

  13. 28.1 Assets-Based Market Share (in per cent) 402

  14. 28.2 Cost-Earnings-Based Market Shares (in per cent) 403

  15. 28.3 Employees (absolute and in per cent) 403

  16. 28.4 Number of Credit Institutions and Their Branches (2015, in per cent) 404

  17. 28.5 PSD Banks and Sparda Banks (end of 2015) 405

  18. 28.6 Overview of German Co-operative Banks (2015) 406

  19. 28.7 (1) Number of Institutes and (2) Balance Sheet Average for each (in bill. €) 406

  20. (p. xiv) 29.1 Estimated Number of ESOP Plans, Number of Participants, and Plan Asset Value, 2013 416

  21. 29.2 Estimated Growth of ESOPs, 2002–2013 416

  22. 29.3 Distribution of Plans by Industry 418

  23. 29.4 Difference in Post-ESOP to Pre-ESOP Performance, ESOP vs. Comparable Non-ESOP Companies 419

  24. 29.5 Percentage of Companies Having Other Retirement Plans 424

  25. 30.1 The Main Structures of Employee Ownership 430

  26. 30.2 Employee Ownership: Ownership and Governance Characteristics of Employee Ownership Groups 437

  27. 32.1 Framework of Internal and External Pressures Affecting Governance 461

  28. 32.2 Economic Data by Co-operative, by Member, and by Sector (numbers are in EUR) 464

  29. 37.1 Categories of Worker Co-operatives in the United States Based on Principal Motivation 535

  30. 39.1 Value Creation in SHV and STV Banks 562