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Research Projects

 

Mapping | Policy | Mobilization | Measurement & Finance | Communication  | Research with Aboriginal | Management & Governance | Women and the SE | Immigration | Co-operatives

 

Bibliography:

 

For a full listing of outputs done by our network, check out 2011 SESRN bibliography.

 

Booklet:

Research Project Summaries - This booklet is a compilation of abstracts of all completed and ongoing research projects in our Network, updated in August 2011. Thanks to all researchers for sending in their project reports.

Full list of Research Projects, organized by Subnode:

 

SESRN Projects 2005-2010

 

The links below list the SESRN projects, organized by subnode:

 

Sub-node 1

Sub-node 2

Sub-node 3

Sub-node 4

Sub-node 5

Sub-Node 6

Atlantic Node Office

Student Research

 

Research Projects by Network Research Theme:

 

Mapping

 

Fact sheets: Non profit and co-operative sectors

Nova Scotia fact sheet (pdf, 1068.32KB)

New Brunswick fact sheet (pdf, 1068.32KB)

Prince Edward Island fact sheet (pdf, 1072.18KB)

Newfoundland and Labrador fact sheet (pdf, 911.75KB)

References for fact sheets (pdf, 343.35KB)

 

1.1 Survey of Co-ops and Credit Unions in Atl. Canada

1.2 Atlantic Node Community Partners' Stories

1.3 Fishing For the Future II: Tracking the Coastal Communities

1.5 Contribution de lèancienne et de la nouvelle économie sociale

1.6 Policies that support bridging, bonding and building

2.5 The Role of Women in Fisheries Management

2.6 Bridging Public Investment and Social Value

2.8 PEI Organic Farmer-Citizen Co-operative

S.13 Examining the Risk of Lost Knowledge with Personnel Changes in SEOs

3.1 Food Box Program

4.2 Participation publique en gestion forestière

4.3 L’utilisation plus grande de compost comme intrant organique

S.2 Masters in Island Studies, UPEI: Services for Immigrants in PEI

 

Policy 

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Atlantic Node - Policy Research Contributing to Informed Public Policy

1.1 Survey of Co-ops and Credit Unions in Atl. Canada

1.4 Les politiques gouvernementales comme support aus organismes communautaires

1.5 Contribution de lèancienne et de la nouvelle économie sociale

1.6 Policies that Support Bridging, Bonding and Building between Government and the Social Economy in Atlantic Canada

1.7 SES Research Network Policy Threads Inventory and Analysis

2.1 Launching rural women’s entrepreneurship

2.2 Community Accounts- PEI (phase 1)

2.3 Youth Engagement in Hillsborough Park

2.4 Advocating Changes to Maternity & Parental Benefits Legislation

2.5 The Role of Women in Fisheries Management

2.6 Bridging Public Investment and Social Value

2.11 Internationally Educated Health Professionals on Prince Edward Island

2.14 Beyond Silence: Empowering Educating Preventing Child Sexual Abuse  

3.1 Food Box Program

3.2 Community Forum on Food Security and the Social Economy

3.3 Mobilization around Food Security within the Canadian Social Economy Research Partnerships:  A National Scan

4.1 Contribution des associations de bassin versant du littoral acadien

4.2 Participation publique en gestion forestière

4.3 L’utilisation plus grande de compost comme intrant organique

4.5 Renforcement des capacités des collectivités côtières

5.1 Financing the Social Economy

5.3 GAAP and Cooperative Accounting

S.2 Masters in Island Studies, UPEI: Services for Immigrants in PEI

S.3 Masters in Island Studies, UPEI: Family Violence Services

S.4  The Policy Context, New Brunswick Co-operatives

S.5 Cultivating Food Security in NS Public Schools: A Case Study

S.12 At the intersection of a crisis? Examining the ability of New Brunswick’s non-profit organizations to meet the need for home care in the twenty-first century - cafe                         

Mobilization                                                                                                Return to Top

1.4 Politiques publiques et soutien aux associations de bassins versants

1.5 Contribution de lèancienne et de la nouvelle économie sociale

2.1 Launching rural women's entrepreneurship

2.2 Community Accounts- PEI (phase 1)

2.3 Youth Engagement in Hillsborough Park

2.4 Advocating Changes to Maternity & Parental Benefits Legislation

2.5 The Role of Women in Fisheries Management

2.6 Bridging Public Investment and Social Value

2.7A Indigenous Community Development: Phase I- Ethnobotany

2.7B Indigenous Community Development: Phase II – Microenterprise  

2.8 PEI Organic Farmer-Citizen Co-operative

2.10 Disabled persons integration into educational institutions

2.11 Internationally Educated Health Professionals on Prince Edward Island

2.14 Beyond Silence: Empowering Educating Preventing Child Sexual Abuse 

2.17 Community engagement in developing domestic fair trade for food products 

3.1 Food Box Program

3.2 Community Forum on Food Security and the Social Economy

3.3 Mobilization Around Food Security

3.4 Action Research on Sustainable Food Choices

4.1 Contribution des associations de bassin versant du littoral acadien

4.2 Participation publique en gestion forestière

4.3 L’utilisation plus grande de compost comme intrant organique

4.4 L ’ACCEPTABILITÉ SOCIALE DES ACTIVITÉS OSTRÉICOLES

4.5 Renforcement des capacités des collectivités côtières

4.6 Changements climatiques et plantes médicinales dans les communautés Mi’kmaq

4.7 Contribution des coopératives d’artisanat autochtone à l’économie

S.2 Masters in Island Studies, UPEI: Services for Immigrants in PEI

S.3 Masters in Island Studies, UPEI: Family Violence Services

S.5 Cultivating Food Security in NS Public Schools: A Case Study

 

Measurement and Finance                                                                    Return to Top

1.1 Survey of Co-ops and Credit Unions in Atl. Canada

2.2 Community Accounts- PEI (phase 1)

5.1 Financing the Social Economy

5.3 GAAP and Cooperative Accounting

5.4 Halifax Independent School- Performance Measures

5.7 Measuring the Co-op Difference

 

Communication

6.1 Bridges and Pathways, or Detours and Dead Ends

6.2 Introducing a Web Community Software to a Complex Social Econ. Organization

6.3 The Development of an Open-Source Web Community Software

6.4 The Uses and Gratifications of Communic. Technologies for SE Actors

N1 MSVU Library Project I- Social Economy Subject Guide

N2 Library Project II - Web-based Research Tool for SE Researchers

 

Research with Aboriginal Communities                                                Return to Top

 

Research Relating to the Social Economy and Indigenous Communities: An Annotated Bibliography (PDF, 356.71 KB) *Please note this is a CSERP-wide bibliography. It includes entries for related research in Atlantic Node and other regional nodes.

 

2.7A Indigenous Community Development: Phase I- Ethnobotany

2.7B Indigenous Community Development: Phase II – Microenterprise 

4.6 Changements climatiques et plantes médicinales dans les communautés Mi’kmaq

4.7 Contribution des coopératives d’artisanat autochtone à l’économie

N.3 "Mapping the Social Economy with Mi' kmaq Communities"

 

Management/Governance

2.2 Community Accounts- PEI (phase 1)

2.5 The Role of Women in Fisheries Management

2.6 Bridging Public Investment and Social Value

4.1 Contribution des associations de bassin versant du littoral acadien

4.4 L ’ACCEPTABILITÉ SOCIALE DES ACTIVITÉS OSTRÉICOLES

4.5 Renforcement des capacités des collectivités côtières

5.2 Fogo Island Cooperative

5.4 Halifax Independent School- Performance Measures

5.5 Diagnostic Tool for Co-operative Firms

5.8 Guide to Choosing an Enterprise Form

 

Women and the SE                                                                                    Return to Top

1.1 Survey of Co-ops and Credit Unions in Atl. Canada

2.1 Launching rural women's entrepreneurship

2.3 Youth Engagement in Hillsborough Park

2.4 Advocating Changes to Maternity & Parental Benefits Legislation

2.5 The Role of Women in Fisheries Management

2.7B Indigenous Community Development: Phase II – Microenterprise 

2.14 Beyond Silence: Empowering Educating Preventing Child Sexual Abuse  

2.15 Youth in Community: Impacts on Mental Health

2.16 Aboriginal Youth Engagement in Marine Resource Development and Management

 

Immigration  

S.10 PEI and NFLD: A comparative Assessment of two Islands

2.7B Indigenous Community Development: Phase II – Microenterprise 

2.11 Internationally Educated Health Professionals on Prince Edward Island

S.2 Masters in Island Studies, UPEI: Services for Immigrants in PEI

 

Co-operatives                                                                                            Return to Top

1.1 A Survey of Co-ops and Credit Unions in Atlantic Canada

1.5 Économie sociale à Lamèque-Miscou en Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick

2.1 Launching Entrepreneurial Advantage for Parents

2.17 Community engagement in developing domestic fair trade for food products 

3.4 Action Research on Sustainable Food Choices

4.2 Organismes de l’économie sociale et participation publique en gestion forestière

4.3 L’utilisation plus grande de compost comme intrant organique

4.7 Exploring Cooperative Potential in Paq`tnkek First Nation

5.1 Social Economy Organizations as Users of Finance

5.2 The Fogo Island Fishing Co-Operative and its Workers: Lessons from the Fishery

5.3 Working Toward the Development of a Statement of Recommended Practice

5.4 Measuring Performance in the Social Economy

5.5 Cooperative Index - A Diagnostic Tool for Worker Cooperatives

5.7 Measuring the Co-op Difference

S.4 New Brunswick Co-operatives: A Policy Perspective

S.8 Public Participation in Forest Management in New Brunswick

S.11 Contribution d’une entreprise d’économie sociale agricole

S.12 Twenty Years of Home Care in New Brunswick