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Capital Social Como Fator De Sustentabilidade Das Cooperativas Agroindustriais, Estudo De Caso

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  • Moreira, Jose Cesar Pontes
  • Mera, Ruben Dario Mayorga
  • Khan, Ahmad Saeed
  • Mayorga, Maria Irles De Oliveira
  • Menezes, Adriano Sarquis Bezerra De

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O presente trabalho busca relacionar a presença ou ausência de capital social como recurso para a sustentabilidade de cooperativas agroindustriais. Supõe-se que as cooperativas dotadas de elevado nível de estoque de capital social têm maior sustentabilidade que as que possuem um menor nível de capital social. O objetivo é verificar o impacto da existência ou não de capital social no andamento das cooperativas agroindustriais COOPEMOVA e COCEDRO, para isso este trabalho utilizou o estudo de caso das duas cooperativas agroindustriais. Os dados foram conseguidos mediante observação na ambiência das cooperativas e de aplicação de dois questionários. Verificou-se neste trabalho que a COOPEMOVA dotada de maior nível de capital social foi também a que revelou maior índice de satisfação dos cooperados, como era de se esperar; o inverso mostrou à COCEDRO, com menor nível de capital social e de satisfação dos cooperados. Esses resultados corroboraram à proposição de que o capital social é fundamental para a manutenção de cooperativas agroindustriais, ainda mais em ambientes que carecem de maior investimento e incentivos da governança pública pois é um setor que tem se mostrado forte nas exportações agrícolas brasileiras. A simples existência de capital social não resolve os problemas, mas o seu direcionamento para a ação e combinado com outros recursos pode contribuir em muito para o êxito produtivo e social das cooperativas agroindustriais, gerando um desenvolvimento econômico sustentável para o Estado ou Região. --------------------------------------------The present work looks to make a list of the presence or absence of equity capital like resource for the sustainability de of cooperatives agricultural industries. Supposes that the gifted cooperatives of elevated level of stock of social capital have bigger sustainability than those who have a less level of social capital. The objective is to check the impact of the existence or not of equity capital in the progress of the cooperatives agribusiness COOPEMOVA and COCEDRO, for that this work used the case study of two cooperatives agricultural industries. The data were got by means of observation in the ambience of the cooperatives and of application of two questionnaires. One checked in this work that the endowed COOPEMOVA of bigger level of social capital was also the one that revealed bigger rate of satisfaction of the cooperated ones, like was of waiting; the reverse showed to the COCEDRO, with less level of social capital and of satisfaction of the cooperated ones. These results corroborated to the proposition of which the social capital is basic for the maintenance of cooperatives agricultural industries, which more in environments that lack for bigger investment and incentives of the public government so is a sector that has if shown strongly in the agricultural Brazilian exports. The simple existence of equity capital does not resolve the problems, but his targeting for the action and combined with other resources it can contribute in much to the productive and social result of the cooperatives agricultural industries, producing an economical sustainable development for the State or Region.

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  • Moreira, Jose Cesar Pontes & Mera, Ruben Dario Mayorga & Khan, Ahmad Saeed & Mayorga, Maria Irles De Oliveira & Menezes, Adriano Sarquis Bezerra De, 2008. "Capital Social Como Fator De Sustentabilidade Das Cooperativas Agroindustriais, Estudo De Caso," 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil 114172, Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:114172
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