- Comparative methods
- First Nations
- Social and solidarity economy
The project aims to study different ways of thinking about cooperation in Québec and Canada (which are far from being circular but still have a strong tradition of social economy) in an effort to shed new light on the challenge.
Three variants of cooperation that are similar and different in their own ways and important in the Québec context will be explored: cooperatives and the cooperative movement, the tree of cooperation and First Nations, common goods and degrowth.
Affiliated research axes
Axis 1: Change and Transition Management1.1 – Establish a reference framework for the circular economy
Yves-Marie AbrahamAdjunct Professor