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Benjamin J Warnick

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Universities & Institutions

  • Washington State University (Carson College of Business)

Areas of Interest

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial Identity
  • Crowdfunding

Benjamin (Ben) Warnick is Assistant Professor of entrepreneurship and strategic management at Washington State University’s Carson College of Business.

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Changemaker’s Workbook: Tools for Social Entrepreneurship

Details Year: 2023 Published in: Publications of the Centre of Expertise for Social Enterprises Editors: Malviina Hallamaa, Linda Lehto and Tom Tarvainen, Centre of Expertise for Social Enterprises Working group: Katja Anoschkin, Jarmo Hänninen, Maarit Laakso, Juha Klemelä, Satu Niskanen, Elina Pöllänen, Farid Ramadan, Ilona Ukkonen. Abstract Social enterprises can address the challenges and the [...]

State of the art in social impact measurement: methods for work integration social enterprises measuring their impact in a public context

Details Year: 2015 Cited as: Bryan Dufour. State of the art in social impact measurement: methods for work integration social enterprises measuring their impact in a public context. 5th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise: ”Building a scientific field to foster the social enterprise eco-system”, EMES, Jun 2015, Helsinki, Finland. ffhal-01458730f Abstract Social entrepreneurship [...]

Social Performance and Social Impact in the Context of Social Enterprises — A Holistic Perspective

Details Year: 2020 Abstract Drawing on the existing literature, we differentiate between social impact, social responsibility, and—as an aggregate concept—social performance, and provide a holistic perspective on the social performance of social enterprises. We review why measuring social performance is important and for whom—the organization itself and its stakeholders—as well as the challenges and obstacles [...]

Measuring impact and creating change: a comparison of the main methods for social enterprises

Details Year: 2021 Cited as: Perrini, F., Costanzo, L.A. and Karatas-Ozkan, M. (2021), "Measuring impact and creating change: a comparison of the main methods for social enterprises", Corporate Governance, Vol. 21 No. 2, pp. 237-251. https://doi.org/10.1108/CG-02-2020-0062 Subject Social entrepreneurship, measurement, social enterprise, social value creation, SROI, social impact Abstract There is currently a wide range [...]

Support Networks for Social Innovation: Insights from Ireland

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Georgios Chatzichristos, Lucas Olmedo, Mara van Twuijver & Mary O'Shaughnessy (2023) Support Networks for Social Innovation: Insights from Ireland, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, DOI: 10.1080/19420676.2023.2192229 Subject Ireland, networks, social innovation, social network analysis, support structures Abstract This article explores the support structures for social innovation from a network perspective, applying a qualitative enriched Social Network Analysis (SNA) to investigate them. The analysis draws [...]

Re-imagining social enterprise

Details Year: 2016 Cited as: Kay, A., Roy, M., & Donaldson, C. (2016). Re-imagining social enterprise. Social Enterprise Journal, 12(2), 217-234. https://doi.org/10.1108/SEJ-05-2016-0018 Abstract Purpose This intentionally polemical paper will aim to re-examine what is meant by social enterprise and try to assert its role within the current economic system. It is well over a decade since John Pearce’s Social Enterprise [...]

“The Most Supportive Environment in the World”? Tracing the Development of an Institutional ‘Ecosystem’ for Social Enterprise

Details Year: 2015 Cited as: Roy, M.J., McHugh, N., Huckfield, L. et al. “The Most Supportive Environment in the World”? Tracing the Development of an Institutional ‘Ecosystem’ for Social Enterprise. Voluntas 26, 777–800 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11266-014-9459-9 Subject Social enterprise, Scotland, Historical institutionalism, Political devolution, UK Abstract While numerous accounts of policy frameworks associated with country-level support for social enterprise activity [...]

First Steps towards Self-Employment – Microcredit for Enterprise in Scotland

Details Year: 2014 Published in: Scottish Affairs, Volume 23 Issue 2, Page 169-191, ISSN 0966-0356 Available Online Apr 2014 (https://doi.org/10.3366/scot.2014.0016) Authors: Neil McHugh,Morag Gillespie,Jana Loew andCam Donaldson Subject  Microfinance, microcredit, self-employment, enterprise, deprived communities Abstract While lending for small businesses and business start-up is a long-standing feature of economic policy in the UK and Scotland, little is known about the [...]

Social innovation during turbulent times: a systematic literature review and research agenda

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Francesca Calò, Fulvio Scognamiglio, Enrico Bellazzecca & Edoardo Ongaro (2023) Social innovation during turbulent times: a systematic literature review and research agenda, Public Management Review, DOI: 10.1080/14719037.2023.2219998 Subject Text here... Abstract Contemporary societies are affected by profound and often disruptive changes lead-ing to socio-economic turbulence. The COVID-19 pandemic has been one of such changes. Gaining a deeper understanding of how society-based responses – [...]

The economic contribution of third sector initiatives for older people: a systematic review and development of a framework for evaluation

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Caló, F., Collins, M., Donaldson, C., & Roy, M. (2023). The economic contribution of third sector initiatives for older people: a systematic review and development of a framework for evaluation. Voluntary Sector Review (published online ahead of print 2023). Retrieved Jan 15, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.1332/204080521X16826159230735 Subject third sector; systematic review; care and well-being; [...]

Negotiating autonomy in the public sector and nonprofits “collaborations” in politically contested fields

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Caló, F., Numerato, D., Bontenbal, I., Kourachanis, N., & Scognamiglio, F. (2023). Negotiating autonomy in the public sector and nonprofits “collaborations” in politically contested fields. Governance, 1–25. https://doi.org/10.1111/gove.12831 Abstract Nonprofits are increasingly involved in cross-sectoral collaborations with the public sector. However, we know little about the dynamics behind these collaborations and what happens to them in politically contested fields where actors may have divergent [...]

In search of a non-anthropocentric middle-range theory of the firm: On how the Patagonia Purpose Trust granted a controlling stake to nature

Details Year: 2024 Cited as: Alejandro Agafonow, Marybel Perez, In search of a non-anthropocentric middle-range theory of the firm: On how the Patagonia Purpose Trust granted a controlling stake to nature, Ecological Economics, Volume 217, 2024, 108076, ISSN 0921-8009, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2023.108076. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921800923003397) Subject Patagonia; Theory of the firm; Payment for ecosystem services; Mechanism-based methodology Abstract Patagonia, [...]

Co-Creation Dynamics in Urban Living Labs

Details Year: 2018 Cited as: Puerari, Emma & De Koning, Jotte & von Wirth, Timo & Karré, Philip & Mulder, Ingrid & Loorbach, Derk. (2018). Co-Creation Dynamics in Urban Living Labs. Sustainability. 10. 1893. 10.3390/su10061893. Subject Sustainability transitions; urban innovation; participatory design and planning practices;co-creation; experimentation; Rotterdam Abstract Citizens and urban policy makers are experimenting [...]

Boosting social entrepreneurship and social enterprise development in Brandenburg, Germany

Details Year: 2021 Cited as: OECD (2021), "Boosting social entrepreneurship and social enterprise development in Brandenburg, Germany: In-depth policy review", OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Papers, No. 2021/03, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/b2e6825f-en. Subject Social innovation, social enterprises, local development, social economy, policy ecosystem, social impact, social entrepreneurship Abstract This report provides an in-depth analysis of the [...]

Navigating between Opportunities and Risks: The Effects of Hybridity for Social Enterprises Engaged in Social Innovation

Details Year: 2021 Cited as: Karré, Philip Marcel, Navigating between Opportunities and Risks: The Effects of Hybridity for Social Enterprises Engaged in Social Innovation (September 19, 2018). Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Diversity, Vol. 7, No. 1, 2018, pp. 37-60, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3251979 Subject SOCIAL ENTERPRISE, SOCIAL INNOVATION, HYBRIDITY, HYBRID ORGANIZATION Abstract This article focuses [...]

Social Enterprise in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands Where the Old Meets the New

Details Year: 2021 Cited as: Karré, P.M. (2021). Social Enterprise in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands: Where the Old Meets the New. In J. Defourny & M. Nyssens (eds.). Social Enterprise in Western Europe: Theory, Models and Practice (pp. 288-300). New York and London, Routledge. Abstract This chapter discusses social enterprise in Belgium, Germany and [...]

Social Enterprise in the Netherlands Between Hope and Hype

Details Year: 2021 Cited as: Karré, P.M. (2021). Social Enterprise in the Netherlands: Between Hope and Hype. In J. Defourny & M. Nyssens (eds.). Social Enterprise in Western Europe: Theory, Models and Practice (pp. 149-165). New York and London, Routledge. Abstract In the Netherlands, there is big hope, especially among politicians, social entrepreneurs and their [...]

Conceptualizing new forms of volunteering in urban governance

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: H.J.M. Fenger, P.M. Karré, S.N. Blok, Conceptualizing new forms of volunteering in urban governance, Urban Governance, Volume 3, Issue 4, 2023, Pages 269-277, ISSN 2664-3286, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ugj.2023.09.002. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2664328623000761) Abstract This article argues that developments in the spheres of the state, the market, and the community have changed their boundaries, affecting volunteering [...]

The Challenge of Navigating the Double Hybridity in the Relationship between Community Enterprises and Municipalities

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Philip Marcel Karré & Ingmar van Meerkerk (2023) The Challenge of Navigating the Double Hybridity in the Relationship between Community Enterprises and Municipalities, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, DOI: 10.1080/19420676.2023.2263772 Abstract Collaboration between municipalities and community enterprises, a spatially confined subset of social enterprises, can be advantageous for both parties in theory, but there also is discussion on whether and [...]

Innovation Ecosystems: What Makes them Responsive during Emergencies?

Details Year: 2022 Cited as: Sahasranamam, S. and Soundararajan, V. (2022), Innovation Ecosystems: What Makes them Responsive during Emergencies?. Brit J Manage, 33: 369-389. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8551.12553 Abstract In this paper, we examine what makes an innovation ecosystem responsive during emergencies. We studied the innovation ecosystem within Kerala (India) during emergencies that led to two emergency-oriented innovations, namely [...]

Towards a precise understanding of social entrepreneurship: An integrated bibliometric–machine learning based review and research agenda

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Vineet Kaushik, Shobha Tewari, Sreevas Sahasranamam, Pradeep Kumar Hota, Towards a precise understanding of social entrepreneurship: An integrated bibliometric–machine learning based review and research agenda, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 191, 2023, 122516, ISSN 0040-1625, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2023.122516. Abstract This paper focuses on building a more precise and comprehensive understanding of [...]

Founding Team Entrepreneurial Experience, External Financing and Social Enterprise Performance

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Sahasranamam, S., Lall, S., Nicolopoulou, K. and Shaw, E. (2024), Founding Team Entrepreneurial Experience, External Financing and Social Enterprise Performance. Br. J. Manag.. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8551.12726 Abstract This paper examines the influence of founding team entrepreneurial experience (for-profit and non-profit) on social enterprise performance and also considers the contingent effects of two forms [...]

Social Enterprise in the United States: WISEs and Other Worker-Focused Models

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Working Papers Cited as: Cooney, K. (2015) “Social Enterprise in the United States: WISEs and Other Worker-Focused Models”, No. 09. Abstract Launched in July 2013, the ICSEM Project (www. iap-socent. be/icsem-project) is the result of a partnership between an Interuniversity Attraction Pole on Social Enterprise (IAP-SOCENT) funded by the [...]

Social Enterprise in Ukraine

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Bibikova, V. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Ukraine”, No. 12. Abstract Reorientation of the Ukrainian economy, coupled with the expansion of globalization and European integration processes, has caused gradual changes in the social and labor domains within the country for the last twenty years. Such transformation has [...]

Social Enterprise in the United Kingdom: Models and Trajectories

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Working Papers Cited as: Spear, R., Teasdale, S., Lyon, F., Hazenberg, R., Aiken, M., Bull, M. & Kopec, A. (2017) “Social Enterprise in the UK: Models and Trajectories”, No. 40. Abstract This paper begins by describing (in part A) the UK concept of social enterprise and how it is operationalised [...]

Social Enterprise in the United Arab Emirates: A Concept in Context and a Typology of Emerging Models

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Johnsen, S. (2016) “Social Enterprise in the United Arab Emirates: A Concept in Context and a Typology of Emerging Models”, No. 42. Abstract Purpose This paper aims to summarise a contribution to the International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It particularly [...]

Social Enterprise in the Philippines: Social Enterprises with the Poor as Primary Stakeholders

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Dacanay, M. L. (2017) “Social Enterprise in the Philippines: Social Enterprises with the Poor as Primary Stakeholders”, No. 49. Abstract Collaboration between scholars and practitioners in the Philippines has resulted in the development of a rich tradition of social entrepreneurship that focuses on the poor as key stakeholders [...]

Social Enterprise in Taiwan

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Kuan, Y.-Y. & Wang, S.-T. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Taiwan”, No. 13. Abstract The discourse concerning ”Social Enterprises in Taiwan: Characteristics, Development Trend, and Effect” zooms in on a period of about two decades, i.e. from the 1990s till now. This is a time when Taiwan society [...]

Social Enterprise in Switzerland: The Field of Work Integration

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Adam, S., Amstutz, J., Avilés, G., Caimi, M., Crivelli, L., Ferrari, D., Pozzi, D., Schmitz, D., Wüthrich, B. & Zöbeli, D. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Switzerland: The Field of Work Integration”, No. 19. Abstract This working paper focuses on work integration social enterprises (WISE) in Switzerland. The results [...]

Social Enterprise in Switzerland: An Overview of Existing Streams, Practices, and Institutional Structures

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Gonin, M. & Gachet, N. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Switzerland: An Overview of Existing Streams, Practices and Institutional Structures”, No. 03. Abstract Switzerland's specific position at the crossroad of the German, French, and Italian cultures leads to a complex and rather segmented field of social enterprises (SEs). Language [...]

Social Enterprise in Sweden: Intertextual Consensus and Hidden Paradoxes

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Gawell, M. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Sweden: Intertextual Consensus and Hidden Paradoxes”, No. 08. Abstract There are currently no specific legal structures or exclusive regulations for social enterprises in Sweden. But there are different “versions” and the phenomenon attracts attention both in the general debate and among [...]

Social Enterprise in Spain: A Diversity of Roots and a Proposal of Models

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Díaz-Foncea, M., Marcuello, C., Marcuello, C., Solorzano, M., Navío, J., Guzmán, C., de la O Barroso, M., Rodríguez, M. J., Santos, F. J., Fisac, R., Alguacil, P., Chaves, R., Savall, T. & Villajos, E. (2017) “Social Enterprise in Spain”, No. 29. Abstract Launched in July 2013, the [...]

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Hwang, D. S., Jang, W., Park, J.-S. & Kim, S. (2016) “Social Enterprise in South Korea”, No. 35. Abstract Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the socio-economic background and development of social enterprises in Korea and identify representative social enterprise models. Design/methodology/approach The typology used [...]

Social Enterprise in South Korea

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Hwang, D. S., Jang, W., Park, J.-S. & Kim, S. (2016) “Social Enterprise in South Korea”, No. 35. Abstract Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the socio-economic background and development of social enterprises in Korea and identify representative social enterprise models. Design/methodology/approach The typology used [...]

Social Enterprise in South Korea: General Presentation of the Phenomenon

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Littlewood, D. & Holt, D. (2015) “Social Enterprise in South Africa”, No. 02. Abstract South Korea is probably one of the countries in the world that went the furthest in the promotion of social enterprise models. This paper is an attempt to explain the path followed [...]

Social Enterprise in South Africa

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Littlewood, D. & Holt, D. (2015) “Social Enterprise in South Africa”, No. 02. Abstract Social enterprise has quite a long history in South Africa. As early as 1991 the US Ashoka Foundation established offices in the country, while even before that, many NGOs, non-profits and co-operatives [...]

Social Enterprise in South Africa: A Tentative Typology

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Working Papers Cited as: Littlewood, D. & Holt, D. (2015) “Social Enterprise in South Africa”, No. 02. Abstract The aim of the paper is to present a tentative typology of social enterprises in South Africa. It also tries to establish a base line on the current state of social entrepreneurship [...]

Social Enterprise in Rwanda: An Overview

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Working Papers Cited as: Rwamigabo, E. R. (2017) “Social Enterprise in Rwanda: An Overview”, No. 46. Abstract The paper presents the evolution of economically oriented social organizations in Rwanda, mostly under the form of cooperatives and NGOs, and with inspiration from traditional forms of mutual help. The context of emergence [...]

Social Enterprise in Poland: Institutional and Historical Context

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Ciepielewska-Kowalik, A., Pieliński, B., Starnawska, M. & Szymańska, A. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Poland: Institutional and Historical Context”, No. 11. Abstract At the beginning of this paper it should be emphasized that a common definition of social enterprise in Poland has not, to date, been established. [...]

Social Enterprise in New Zealand: An Overview

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Grant, S. (2015) “Social Enterprise in New Zealand: An Overview”, No. 01. Abstract This paper aims to provide an overview of the New Zealand social enterprise (SE) landscape, identifying key influences, enablers of and barriers to SE. Initial mapping is undertaken to identify types of SE [...]

Social Enterprise in Mexico: Concepts in Use in the Social Economy

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Conde, C. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Mexico: Concepts in Use in the Social Economy”, No. 22. Abstract In Mexico, many types of organizations engaged in social entrepreneurship coexist; they correspond to various legal forms: ejidos, communities, cooperatives, workers’ organizations, civil associations and societies, private welfare and charitable [...]

Social Enterprise in Japan: Notions, Typologies, and Institutionalization Processes through Work Integration Studies

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Makino, M. and Kitajima, K. (2017) “Social Enterprise in Japan: Community-Oriented Rural SEs”, No. 28. Abstract In this paper, as part of the ICSEM (International Comparative Social Enterprise Models) project, we describe the notions, institutionalization processes, and typologies of Japanese social enterprises. Especially, we focus on work [...]

Social Enterprise in Japan: Community-Oriented Rural SEs

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Nakagawa, S. & Laratta, R. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Japan: Notions, Typologies, and Institutionalization Processes through Work Integration Studies”, No. 17. Abstract In this paper, as part of the ICSEM (International Comparative Social Enterprise Models) project, we describe the notions, institutionalization processes, and typologies of Japanese [...]

Social Enterprise in Japan: The Field of Health and Social Services

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Kurimoto, A. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Japan: The Field of Health and Social Services”, No. 07. Abstract In Japan, there is neither a common definition of social enterprises (hereafter referred to as SE) nor a public policy to promote them. In the last decade, the Ministry [...]

Social Enterprise in Italy: Typology, Diffusion and Characteristics

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Borzaga, C., Poledrini, S. & Galera, G. (2017) “Social Enterprise in Italy: Typology, Diffusion and Characteristics”, No. 44. Abstract Italian social enterprises are not a new topic in literature. Several aspects e.g. theoretical frameworks, quality of work and job satisfaction, networking strategies, and the impact of [...]

Social Enterprise in Ireland: WISE, the Dominant Model of Irish SE

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: O’Hara, P. & O’Shaughnessy, M. (2017) “Social Enterprise in Ireland: WISE, the Dominant Model of Irish Social Enterprise”, No. 41. Abstract What is termed the social economy in Ireland includes charities, co-operatives, voluntary associations and non-profits. However, the label is not widely used to describe them [...]

Social Enterprise in Indonesia: Emerging Models under Transition Government

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Pratono, A. H., Pramudija, P. & Sutanti, A. (2016) “Social Enterprise in Indonesia: Emerging Models under Transition Government”, No. 36. Abstract Indonesia has been witnessing the development of the role of the third sector through the emergence of social enterprises. These initiatives aim to respond to various [...]

Social Enterprise in Hungary

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Fekete, É. G., Hubai, L., Kiss, J. & Mihály, M. (2017) “Social Enterprise in Hungary”, No. 47. Abstract The concept of social entrepreneurship is not particularly widespread in Hungary yet. The term itself was initially introduced in the second half of the 1990s by a few [...]

Social Enterprise in Germany: A Typology of Models

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Birkhölzer, K. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Germany: A Typology of Models”, No. 15. Abstract The term “social enterprise” in Germany is relatively new and not clearly defined, used only by a minority of organisations which are in one way or another involved in the international debate. [...]

Social Enterprise in Germany: Understanding Concepts and Context

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Glémain, P., Hénaff, G., Urasadettan, J., Amintas, A., Bioteau, E. & Guy, Y. (2016) “Social Enterprise in France: Work Integration Learning Social Enterprises (WILSEs)”, No. 25 (French version). Abstract This paper is a first attempt to document the context and nature of social enterprise models in [...]

Social Enterprise in France: Work Integration Learning Social Enterprises (WILSEs)

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Working Papers Cited as: Glémain, P., Hénaff, G., Urasadettan, J., Amintas, A., Bioteau, E. & Guy, Y. (2016) “Social Enterprise in France: Work Integration Learning Social Enterprises (WILSEs)”, No. 25 (French version). Abstract Dans le cadre d’un nouveau contexte législatif en France (Loi ESS du 31 juillet 2014), la définition [...]

Social enterprise in France: At the Crossroads of the Social Economy, Solidarity Economy and Social Entrepreneurship?

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Barraket, J., Douglas, H., Eversole, R., Mason, C., McNEILL, J., & Morgan, B. (2016). Social enterprise in Australia: concepts and classifications. In ICSEM Working Papers, No. 30, The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project, Liege. Abstract Social enterprise is a notion little discussed in France [...]

Social Enterprise in Finland

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Kostilainen, H., Houtbeckers, E. & Pättiniemi, P. (2016) “Social Enterprise in Finland”, No. 37. Abstract Previous research on Finnish social enterprise models has overlooked the latest developments on social enterprises. In addition to work- integration social enterprises, welfare service providers, and cooperatives, there exist an increasing amount [...]

Social Enterprise in Ecuador: Institutionalization and Types of Popular and Solidarity Organizations in the Light of Political Embeddedness

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Ruiz Rivera, M. J. & Lemaître, A. (2017) “Social Enterprise in Ecuador: Institutionalization and Types of Popular and Solidarity Organizations in the Light of Political Embeddedness”, No. 39. Abstract The aim of this paper is threefold. First, we present a synthetic theoretical framework concerning institutionalization and [...]

Social Enterprise in the Czech Republic

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Dohnalová, M., Guri, D., Hrabětová, J., Legnerová, K. & Šlechtová, V. (2015) “Social Enterprise in the Czech Republic”, No. 24. Abstract This paper will start with a short presentation of the notion of social enterprise (SE) in the Czech Republic. The term “social enterprise” is used [...]

Social Enterprise in Croatia: Charting New Territories

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Vidović, D. & Baturina, D. (2016) “Social Enterprise in Croatia: Charting New Territories”, No. 32. Abstract Social enterprises emerged in Croatia in the mid-2000s, but practices closely related to social entrepreneurship have existed in the country for a long time, although under other names—fully or partly [...]

Social enterprise in Chile: Concepts, historical trajectories, trends and characteristics

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Giovannini, M. & Nachar, P. (2017) “Social Enterprise in Chile: Concepts, Historical Trajectories, Trends and Characteristics”, No. 45. Abstract The paper is structured as follows: First, we present a conceptual approach to the phenomenon of social enterprise in Chile; this phenomenon was influenced mainly by the [...]

A $500 Billion Market Opportunity for Real Impact at Scale

Details Year: 2022 Subject Social procurement Abstract Under the patronage of SAP and the World Economic Forum's Global Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs, Yunus Social Business and Boston Consulting Group conducted research into the market size and opportunity for social procurement. We find that a staggering $500 billion could become available to social businesses if companies [...]

The power of public procurement in the transition to a circular economy

Details Year: 2021 Cited as: Ashleigh McLennan and Birgitte Krebs Schleemann, “The power of public procurement in the transition to a circular economy”, Field Actions Science Reports [Online], Special Issue 23 | 2021, Online since 23 November 2021, connection on 03 November 2022. URL: http://journals.openedition.org/ factsreports/6614 Subject Public procurement, circular economy Abstract The City of [...]

Procurement in a circular economy: Benefits beyond sustainability

Details Year: 2023 Subject Procurement, circular economy, sustainability Abstract Procurement’s contribution to an organisation’s success is about more than managing spend. As the world transitions towards a circular economy, the Procurement department has many vital roles to play. Successfully closing, slowing and narrowing resource loops entails coordination that surpass organisational boundaries. Procurement’s role as an [...]

Final Report of the International Working Group on Ethics in Public Procurement for IT

Details Year: 2023 Subject Public procurement, sustainable development, ethics Abstract This report summarizes the work done in the 2022 edition of the International Working Group on Ethics in Public Procurement, which brought together leading European public buyers of IT as a means for exchange, discussion and identification of actions towards a next-generation ethical procurement of [...]

Corporate Ready: How Corporations and Social Enterprises do Business Together to Drive Impact

Details Year: 2021 Subject Social economy, sustainable economy, social enterprise, social impact Abstract Businesses across the globe play an increasing role in contributing to — and solving — some of the most complex problems of our time. Many are making ambitious commitments to make the world fairer, more inclusive, and environmentally sustainable, and are integrating [...]

Social Enterprise in Canada: Context, Models and Institutions

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: McMurtry, J. J., Brouard, F., Elson, P., Hall, P., Lionais, D. & Vieta, M. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Canada: Context, Models and Institutions”, No. 04. Abstract This working paper is the Canadian component of the “International Comparative Social Enterprise Models”(ICSEM) project. The objective of this report [...]

Inclusive Loops: The Crucial Role of Social Enterprises in the Circular Economy

Details Year: 2023 Subject Social economy, circular economy, sustainable economy, regenerative economy, social enterprise Abstract The transition to a circular economy is gaining momentum globally as businesses, governments, and civil society recognize the urgent need to shift from a linear “take-make-dispose” model to a more sustainable and regenerative approach. However, little has been researched about [...]

Social Enterprise in Québec: The Social Economy and the Social Enterprise Concepts

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Cambodia Lyne, I., Khieng, S. & Ngin, C. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Cambodia: An Overview”, No. 05. Abstract This article explores how the social enterprise concept is used in Québec. Focusing on the historical, institutional, and current conceptual understanding of the social economy in Québec, itexplores [...]

Circular economy a push and pull mechanism – Recycling starts before purchasing

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Catalin-Daniel Dumitrica, Adriana Grigorescu, Adriana AnaMaria Davidescu, Circular economy a push and pull mechanism - Recycling starts before purchasing, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 430, 2023, 139363, ISSN 0959-6526, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2023.139363. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0959652623035217) Subject Circular economy, public procurement Abstract Public procurement is a mechanism through which the public sector can benefit from [...]

Buy Social Europe B2B – Meet the Buyer Guide

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: Wigglesworth, C., Neves, M., Dupain, W., Maynard-Hill, H. (2023) “Meet the Buyer Best Practice Guide”. Buy Social Europe B2B, Social Enterprise UK, Euclid Network. Subject Buy Social Europe B2B - Meet the Buyer Guide Abstract This Meet the Buyer Best Practice Guide is a deliverable under the Buy Social Europe [...]

The 2023 European Funding Toolkit For Social Enterprises And Their Support Organisations

Details Year: 2023 Cite as: Yaghil, A., Schmidt, G. (2023). “EN Funding Toolkit”. Euclid Network. Subject European Funding Toolkit For Social Enterprises And Their Support Organisations Abstract This toolkit has been designed to facilitate the formulation of your fundraising strategy and your funding application processes. It is therefore primarily intended to inform social enterprise support [...]

Social Enterprise in Cambodia: An Overview

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Cambodia Lyne, I., Khieng, S. & Ngin, C. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Cambodia: An Overview”, No. 05. Abstract This paper sets out historic and cultural factors that impact on incentives for autonomous economic activity, propensity for collaboration and perceptions of “equity” and “social need” that all [...]

Social Enterprise in Brazil: An Overview of Solidarity Economy Enterprises

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Gaiger, L. I., Ferrarini, A. & Veronese, M. (2015) “Social Enterprise in Brazil: An Overview of Solidarity Economy Enterprises”, No. 10. Abstract This paper constitutes a contribution by the Solidarity Economy and Co-operative Economics Research Group at Unisinos (Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, a [...]

Social Enterprise in Bolivia: Solidarity Economy in Context of High Informality and Labour Precariousness

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Hillenkamp, I. (2015). Social enterprise in Bolivia: Solidarity economy in context of high informality and labour precariousness. ICSEM. Abstract The ICSEM project aims at producing a typology of social enterprises at the international level. Carrying out this task in contexts of high informality and precariousness, as [...]

The social and solidarity economy as a partner along the refugee journey

Details Year: 2023 Cited as: OECD (2023), "The social and solidarity economy as a partner along the refugee journey", OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Papers, No. 2023/15, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/174514e3-en. Subject The social and solidarity economy as a partner along the refugee journey Abstract Produced as part of the OECD Global Action “Promoting Social [...]

Social enterprise in Belgium: A diversity of roots, models and fields

Details Year: 2015 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Huybrechts, B. (2015). Social enterprise in Belgium: A diversity of roots, models and fields. EMES-Icsem Working Paper Series. Abstract This working paper is structured as follows. The first introductory section reviews the main historical roots that have led to the emergence of a diversity of models related [...]

Social Enterprise in Austria: A Contextual Approach to Understand an Ambiguous Concept

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: ANASTASIADIS, M., & LANG, R. Social Enterprise in Austria. Abstract This paper deals with contextual and conceptual issues about the emergence and development of social enterprises in Austria. Social enterprises are understood here as private non- profit- maximising organisations, which reinvest any profit they make in [...]

Social Enterprises in Structurally Weak Rural Regions: Innovative Troubleshooters in Action

Details Year: 2020 Subject Social Enterprises in Structurally Weak Rural Regions: Innovative Troubleshooters in Action Social Enterprises in Structurally Weak Rural Regions: Innovative Troubleshooters in Action 1 file(s) 3.23 MB Download

Irish rural social enterprises and the national policy framework

Details Year: 2021 Subject Irish rural social enterprises and the national policy framework Abstract There is a growing recognition of the role that social enterprises play in rural areas. In Ireland this is formally acknowledged in recent social enterprises and rural development policies which commit to developing a suite of supports to realise the potential [...]

Rurality as context for innovative responses to social challenges – The role of rural social enterprises

Details Year: 2023 Subject Rurality as context for innovative responses to social challenges – The role of rural social enterprises Abstract Rural social enterprises are increasingly recognized as organisations that contribute to local development by providing goods and/or services to meet community needs and by fostering inclusive social and governance relations. The purpose of this [...]

Social Enterprise in Australia: Concepts and Classifications

Details Year: 2016 Published in: ICSEM Project Cited as: Barraket, J., Douglas, H., Eversole, R., Mason, C., McNEILL, J., & Morgan, B. (2016). Social enterprise in Australia: concepts and classifications. In ICSEM Working Papers, No. 30, The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project, Liege. Abstract This paper is a first attempt to document the [...]

Placing the Irish Social Enterprise Ecosystem within the wider European Landscape

Details Year: 2023 Subject Placing the Irish Social Enterprise Ecosystem within the wider European Landscape Abstract The launch in 2019 of Ireland’s first National Social Enterprise Policy has meant a significant milestone for the institutitonalisation of social enterprise within the country. However, this milestone needs to be placed within a wider framework which encompasses the [...]

Community-Based Social Enterprises as Actors for Neo-Endogenous Rural Development: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach

Details Year: 2022 Subject Community-Based Social Enterprises as Actors for Neo-Endogenous Rural Development: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach Abstract Rural shrinking is an ongoing phenomenon in many parts of Europe. Against this backdrop neo-endogenous rural development has been gaining support as a conceptual and policy approach which stress the com- bination of local and external actors, resources [...]

Social Enterprises in Ireland: A Baseline Data Collection Exercise

Details Year: 2023 Subject Social Enterprises in Ireland: A Baseline Data Collection Exercise Abstract Background This report represents the first comprehensive baseline data collection exercise of the social enterprise sector in the Republic of Ireland. The work was commissioned by the Department of Rural and Community Development (DRCD) and carried out by a consortium consisting [...]

Social Enterprise and the Third Sector: Changing European Landscapes in a Comparative Perspective

Details Year: 2014 Published in: EMES Cited as: Defourny, J., Hulgård, L., & Pestoff, V. (Eds.). (2014). Social enterprise and the third sector: Changing European landscapes in a comparative perspective. Routledge. Abstract The concepts of social enterprise and social entrepreneurship are rapidly attracting increased attention in academic spheres and from policy-makers, as well as field workers [...]

Support structures for a plural economy in rural areas? Analysing the role of community-based social enterprises

Details Year: 2023 Subject Support structures for a plural economy in rural areas? Analysing the role of community-based social enterprises Abstract Community-led innovative solutions, including community-based social enterprises, have been brought to the fore as significant actors with the potential to con- tribute to neo-endogenous rural development. Through 34 interviews with stakeholders of four community- [...]

Social Enterprise in Western Europe: Theory, Models and Practice

Details Year: 2021 Published in: EMES Cited as: Defourny, J., & Nyssens, M. (2021). Social enterprise in Western Europe: Theory, models and practice (p. 368). Taylor & Francis. Abstract In the last two decades, the quest for a widely accepted definition of social enterprise has been a central issue in a great number of publications. The main [...]

Support Networks for Social Innovation: Insights from Ireland

Details Year: 2023 Published in: / Cited as: Georgios Chatzichristos, Lucas Olmedo, Mara van Twuijver & Mary O'Shaughnessy (2023): Support Networks for Social Innovation: Insights from Ireland, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, DOI: 10.1080/19420676.2023.2192229 Subject Support Networks for Social Innovation: Insights from Ireland Abstract This article explores the support structures for social innovation from a network [...]

Rural social enterprises in Europe: A systematic literature review

Details Year: 2020 Published in: / Cited as: van Twuijver, M. W., Olmedo, L., O’Shaughnessy, M., & Hennessy, T. (2020). Rural social enterprises in Europe: A systematic literature review. Local Economy, 35(2), 121-142. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269094220907024 Subject Rural social enterprises in Europe: A systematic literature review Abstract There is a growing perception that social enterprises represent a [...]

Social Enterprise in Latin America: Theory, Models and Practice

Details Year: 2019 Published in: EMES Cited as: Defourny, J., & Nyssens, M. (2021). Social enterprise in Western Europe: Theory, models and practice (p. 368). Taylor & Francis. Abstract In the absence of a widely accepted and common definition of social enterprise (SE), a large research project, the "International Comparative Social Enterprise Models" (ICSEM) Project, was carried [...]

Exploring Collaborative Governance Processes Involving Nonprofits

Details Year: 2023 Published in: / Cited as: Calò, F., Teasdale, S., Roy, M. J., Bellazzecca, E., & Mazzei, M. (2023). Exploring Collaborative Governance Processes Involving Nonprofits. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/08997640231155817 Subject Exploring Collaborative Governance Processes Involving Nonprofits Abstract Nonprofits are increasingly involved in collaborative governance mechanisms, on the premise that their proximity to end [...]

Social Enterprise in Asia: Theory, Models and Practice

Details Year: 2019 Published in: EMES Cited as: Bidet, E., & Defourny, J. (2019). Social enterprise in Asia: Theory, models and practice (p. 392). Taylor & Francis. Abstract In the absence of a widely accepted and common definition of social enterprise (SE), a large research project, the "International Comparative Social Enterprise Models" (ICSEM) Project, was carried out [...]

Social Enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe: Theory, Models and Practice

Details Year: 2021 Published in: EMES Cited as: Defourny, J., & Nyssens, M. (2021). Social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe: Theory, models and practice. Taylor & Francis. Abstract In the last two decades, the quest for a widely accepted definition of social enterprise has been a central issue in a great number of publications. The [...]

The Missing Entrepreneurs 2023: Policies for Inclusive Entrepreneurship and Self Employment

Details Year: 2023 Published in: OECD Publishing Cited as: OECD/European Commission (2023), The Missing Entrepreneurs 2023: Policies for Inclusive Entrepreneurship and SelfEmployment, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/230efc78-en Abstract Inclusive entrepreneurship policies seek to unlock entrepreneurial talent across the population, helping to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity of creating a successful and sustainable business, regardless [...]

Social Entrepreneurship and Youth

Details Year: 2022 Published in: Ipsos European Public Affairs Cited as: Ipsos European Public Affairs (2022). Flash Eurobarometer 513 Social entrepreneurship and youth – October 2022. European Union. Access it here: https://europa.eu/eurobarometer/surveys/detail/2670 Abstract 46% of young people aged 15-30 in the EU would consider setting up their own business, only few have taken active steps [...]

Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe – Comparative synthesis report

Details Year: 2020 Published in: EUPublications Cited as: European Commission (2020) Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe. Comparative synthesis report. Authors: Carlo Borzaga, Giulia Galera, Barbara Franchini, Stefania Chiomento, Rocío Nogales and Chiara Carini. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Available at https://europa.eu/!Qq64ny Abstract The understanding of the current size, scope and state [...]

Policy Statements

Read Euclid Network's Policy Statements below: 1. Policy Statement: Women In Social Enterprise 2. Policy Statement: Youth 3. EN’s Position on the UN Resolution On The Role Of The Social And Solidarity Economy For Achieving The SDGs 4. EN’s Position on the Council of the European Union’s adoption of the European Commission’s recommendation on the [...]

Impact of the European Commission’s Social Business Initiative

Details Year: 2021 Published in: European Commission Cited as: Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Spule, S., Galera, G., Franchini, B., Borzaga, C., Chiomento, S., Spiess-Knafl, W., Scheck, B., Salvatori, G. (2020). Impact of the European Commission’s Social Business Initiative (SBI) and its Follow-up Actions. Study for DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, European Commission. Subject Text [...]

Croatian Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Organisation: European Commission Year: 2023 Subject The Croatian Social Enterprise Monitor (CSEM) 2021-2022's compiled data from an online survey sent to 192 social enterprises in the ACT Group database. The data was collected from January 13th to January 31st 2022. The questionnaire consisted of 70 questions, and was answered by 75 social enterprises that [...]

Building an ecosystem for social entrepreneurship: lessons learned from The Netherlands

Details Year: 2018 Subject Building an ecosystem for social entrepreneurship: lessons learned from The Netherlands Abstract The circa 40 social enterprises and stakeholders interviewed confirm the picture of a social enterprise sector that has been developing considerably in the Netherlands in recent years. The proverbial ‘black hole’ – to which the then President of The [...]

Ecosystem Country Mapping – Spain Fact Sheet 2023

Details Year: 2022 - 2023 Published in: 2023 Subject These mappings provide a comprehensive overview of the key dimensions that comprise national social enterprise and social economy (SE) ecosystems across Spain. They encompass country and social enterprise industry data, profiles of the EN members and other important stakeholders who provide various support services essential to [...]

Ecosystem Country Mapping – Italy Fact Sheet 2023

Details Year: 2022 - 2023 Published in: 2023 Subject These mappings provide a comprehensive overview of the key dimensions that comprise national social enterprise and social economy (SE) ecosystems across Italy. They encompass country and social enterprise industry data, profiles of the EN members and other important stakeholders who provide various support services essential to [...]

Ecosystem Country Mapping – Netherlands Fact Sheet 2023

Details Year: 2021 -2022 Published in: 2023 Subject These mappings provide a comprehensive overview of the key dimensions that comprise national social enterprise and social economy (SE) ecosystems across The Netherlands. They encompass country and social enterprise industry data, profiles of the EN members and other important stakeholders who provide various support services essential to [...]

Financial Mechanisms for Innovative Social and Solidarity Economy Ecosystems

Details Year: 2019 Published in: International Labour Organization Cited as: Barco, S., R. Bodini, M. Roy, and G. Salavotori. "Financial mechanisms for innovative social and solidarity economy ecosystems." International Labour Organization (2019). Subject SSE, Finance Abstract This report presents the results of the “Financial Mechanisms for Innovative Social and Solidarity Economy Ecosystems” project, designed to [...]

Social Innovation: Inspirational Practices Supporting People Throughout Their Lives

Details Year: 2020 Published in: European Commission Publications Office Cited as: European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Social innovation : inspirational practices supporting people throughout their lives, Publications Office, 2020, https://data.europa.eu/doi/10.2767/664477 Subject EU, ESF+, Social Innovation Abstract The sustainability of welfare and social protection systems is a growing challenge in Europe. Welfare [...]

Monitor Social Entrepreneurship Schweiz 2022

Details Year: 2022 Published in: www.sens-suisse.ch Cited as: n/a Subject Social Entrepreneurship, Switzerland, Monitor Abstract n/a Monitor Social Entrepreneurship Schweiz 2022 1 file(s) 3.38 MB Download

Report on Trends and Challenges for Work Integration Social Enterprises (WISEs) in Europe. Current Situation of Skills Gaps, Especially in the Digital Area.

Details Year: 2022 Published in: https://www.bwiseproject.eu/en/results Cited as: Galera, G. et al. (2022). Report on trends and challenges for work integration social enterprises (WISEs) in Europe. Current situation of skills gaps, especially in the digital area. B-WISE project, Brussels: https://www.bwiseproject.eu/en/results Subject EU, WISE sector Abstract This report analyses the main drivers, features and development trends [...]

BALTIC : YOUTH : IMPACT: Needs Assessment and Overview of the Best Practices

Details Year: 2021 Published in: www.sua.lv Cited as: n/a Subject Baltics, Impact Management, Youth Abstract This paper provides an overview of whether and how youth organizations and social enterprises in the three Baltic States — Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania — measure their impact and presents different examples to give other organizations tips for measuring their [...]

Impact Management Toolbox

Details Year: 2022 Published in: www.storiesforimpoact.com Cited as: n/a Subject Impact Management, Tools, Positive Change Abstract A combination of nine tools especially developed for planning, measuring and increasing positive impacts of the organisations and reducing any negative effects of their activities. Impact Management Toolbox 1 file(s) 1,013.80 KB Download

Individual Capital and Social Entrepreneurship: Role of Formal Institutions

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Sahasranamam, Sreevas, and M. K. Nandakumar. "Individual capital and social entrepreneurship: Role of formal institutions." Journal of Business Research 107 (2020): 104-117. Subject Capital Theory, Institutional Theory Abstract Drawing on capital theory and institutional theory, we hypothesize the contingent role of a country's formal [...]

Making Socially Responsible Public Procurement Work: Good Practice Cases

Details Year: 2020 Published in: EU Publications Office Cited as: European Commission, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Tepper, P., McLennan, A., Hirt, R., et al., Making socially responsible public procurement work : 71 good practice cases, Publications Office, 2020, https://data.europa.eu/doi/10.2826/7096 Subject SRPP, EU Abstract This case study collection aims to improve awareness and [...]

Details Year: 2010 Published in: www.eplgroup.eu Cited as: Trybus, Martin, and R. Caranta. "The Law of Green and Social Procurement in Europe." (2010). Subject Sustainability, Social Procurement, Europe Abstract n/a The Law of Green and Social Procurement in Europe 1 file(s) 1.17 MB Download

Public Procurement for Social Progress: A Social Platform guide to the EU Public Procurement Directive

Details Year: 2015 Published in: www.socialplatform.org Cited as: n/a Subject Public Procurement, EU Abstract On 17 April 2014 the new Public Procurement Directive (2014/24/EU) came into force. Member states have until 18 April 2016 to transpose the Directive into national legislation. Although the Directive provides contracting authorities with a vehicle to achieve social and environmental [...]

Commission Notice: Buying Social – a Guide to Taking Account of Social Considerations in Public Procurement (2nd Edition)

Details Year: 2021 Published in: https://commission.europa.eu/index_en Cited as: n/a Subject Public Procurement, SRPP, Covid-19 Abstract Socially responsible public procurement (SRPP) is about achieving positive social outcomes in public procurement contracts. Procurement affects a large number of people: users of public services, those involved in production and delivery, or staff of the buying organisation. Beyond those [...]

Public Procurement for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth: Enabling Reform Through Evidence and Peer Reviews

Details Year: 2016 Published in: https://www.oecd.org Cited as: Gurría, A. "Public procurement for sustainable and inclusive growth: Enabling reform through evidence and peer reviews." (2016). Subject Public Procurement Abstract Because of the significant flows involved, public procurement is key for the economy. The OECD has invested significant efforts in the last decade to support governments [...]

Sustainable Public Procurement in Central European Countries. Can It Also Bring Savings?

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Sustainability Cited as: Džupka, Peter, Matúš Kubák, and Peter Nemec. "Sustainable Public Procurement in Central European Countries. Can It Also Bring Savings?." Sustainability 12, no. 21 (2020): 9241. Subject MEAT, Sustainable public procurement, Regression analysis Abstract The efficiency of public resource use and its strategic framework with respect to sustainable [...]

Public Procurement Monitoring Report of the Netherlands

Details Year: 2021 Published in: www.overheid.nl Cited as: n/a Subject Public Procurement, Netherlands Abstract This report presents an overview of Dutch public procurement practice over the years 2018, 2019 and 2020, in both quantitative and qualitative terms. With this report, the Netherlands fulfils the monitoring obligations laid down in Articles 83 and 85 of Procurement [...]

Sustainable Procurement Duty – Impact and Value Analysis: Main Report

Details Year: 2020 Published in: https://www.gov.scot Cited as: n/a Subject Scotland, Sustainable Procurement Abstract This research will provide the Scottish Government with evidence of the ways in which the Duty is contributing to Scotland’s overarching purpose by contributing to individual national outcomes. It will also provide information on the opportunities and barriers which affect the [...]

Corporate Social Procurement in Australia: business creating Social Value

Details Year: 2014 Published in: Social Traders Cited as: Bonwick, M., and M. Daniels. "Corporate social procurement in Australia: business creating social value." Social Traders, Melbourne, Australia (2014). Subject Social Procurement, Australia Abstract Social procurement is the use of procurement to generate social benefits beyond the products and services required. As well as creating commercial [...]

Sustainable Procurement Guide: A practical guide for Commonwealth entities

Details Year: 2021 Published in: DCCEEW.gov.au Cited as: n/a Subject Sustainable Procurement, Australia, Circular Economy Abstract The Australian Government is committed to transforming Australia’s waste into a resource, where most goods and services can be continually used, reused, recycled and reprocessed as part of a circular economy. This requires changes to be made to all [...]

Report for The City of Calgary Social Procurement: State of Practice & Recommendations

Details Year: 2018 Published in: n/a Cited as: n/a Subject Social Procurement, Canada Abstract In response to the April 2018 Notice of Motion and in fulfillment of the Contract for RFP 18- 1658 – Social Procurement State of Practice Reporting, Buy Social Canada and our collaborating partners1 submit the following report to The City of [...]

Social Procurement: Creating Employment Opportunities Through Purchasing Expenditure

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Research and Policy Centre Australia Cited as: Mupanemunda, Maria. "Social procurement: creating employment opportunities through purchasing expenditure." (2019). Subject Social Procurement, Public Scetor Abstract This document provides an overview of how public and private sector organisations can strategically utilise their purchasing power, through a process known as social procurement, to [...]

A Review of Dutch Policy for Socially Responsible Public Procurement

Details Year: 2014 Published in: SOMO: Amsterdam Cited as: Ten Kate, G. "A review of dutch policy for socially responsible public procurement." SOMO: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2014). Subject Netherlands, Human Rights, Social Entrepreneurship Abstract SOMO values the exemplary role of the Dutch government and believes in the positive influence that procurement policy can have on [...]

Dutch Connections: A Review of Sustainable Procurement by the Dutch Government with a Focus on Procurement With Potential Impact in Other Countries Through the Supply Chain

Details Year: 2019 Published in: EcoValue Cited as: n/a Subject Sustainable Procurement, Netherlands, Supply Chain Abstract This review is part of a broader evaluation6 of the Dutch government policy on International Responsible Business Conduct7 (IRBC) carried out by the Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It aims to assess [...]

Commissioning with Ambition, Procuring With Impact: National Plan on Sustainable Public Procurement for 2021-2025

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management Cited as: n/a Subject Sustainable Public Procurement, Netherlands Abstract Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) is an effective instrument to help reduce CO2 emissions, the environmental impact and use of raw materials, to achieve an inclusive labour market and to tackle abuses involving people and [...]

Agenda Para O Impacto 2030

Details Year: 2022 Published in: n/a Cited as: n/a Subject Portugal Abstract A Agenda para o Impacto 2030 (API30) consiste na estratégia nacional para a inovação social e investimento de impacto em Portugal, para o período até 2030, e resulta do trabalho do Conselho Consultivo do Centro Nacional de Competências para a Inovação Social (CCCNCIS). [...]

Where Do We go From Now? Research Framework for Social Entrepreneurship

Details Year: 2018 Published in: Journal of cleaner production Cited as: Macke, Janaina, João Alberto Rubim Sarate, Jennifer Domeneghini, and Kélin Aparecida da Silva. "Where do we go from now? Research framework for social entrepreneurship." Journal of cleaner production 183 (2018): 677-685. Subject Social Entrepreneurship, Systematic Review Abstract This paper aims at examining academic production [...]

On the Economics of Social Innovation – A Conceptual Framework and its Policy Implications

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Innovation Cited as: Cuntz, Alexander, Dominique Foray, and Elena Mostovova. "On the economics of social innovation–a conceptual framework and its policy implications." Innovation 22, no. 4 (2020): 469-487. Subject Social Innovation, Welfare Economics, Market Failure, Social Innovation Policy Abstract Social innovations addressing social, economic and environmental challenges are increasingly recognized [...]

The Role of Government and Key Non-State Actors in Social Entrepreneurship: A Systematic Literature Review

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of cleaner production Cited as: Bozhikin, Ivan, Janaina Macke, and Luana Folchini da Costa. "The role of government and key non-state actors in social entrepreneurship: A systematic literature review." Journal of cleaner production 226 (2019): 730-747. Subject Social Entrepreneurship, Scopus Abstract Social entrepreneurship is recognized as a key tool [...]

The (R)evolution of the Social Entrepreneurship Concept: A Critical Historical Review

Details Year: 2022 Published in: Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly Cited as: Teasdale, Simon, Enrico Bellazzecca, Anne de Bruin, and Michael J. Roy. "The (r) evolution of the social entrepreneurship concept: A critical historical review." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (2022): 08997640221130691. Subject Social entrepreneurship, Critical historical review, Bibliometric analysis, Meta-analysis Abstract The contested concept [...]

Turning Rebellion into Money? Social Entrepreneurship as the Strategic Performance of Systems Change

Details Year: 2022 Published in: Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal Cited as: Teasdale, Simon, Michael J. Roy, Alex Nicholls, and Chantal Hervieux. "Turning rebellion into money? Social entrepreneurship as the strategic performance of systems change." Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal (2022). Subject Assemblage, Collective action framework, Framing, Social entrepreneur, Systems change Abstract Critical scholars recognize a disjuncture between the [...]

Paths out of Poverty: Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development

Details Year: 2022 Published in: Frontiers in Psychology Cited as: Zhang, Xiaoyi, Yu Sun, Yang Gao, and Yueqi Dong. "Paths out of poverty: Social entrepreneurship and sustainable development." Frontiers in Psychology (2022): 7617. Subject Rural poverty, Social entrepreneurship, Social opportunity, Sustainability, Case study Abstract Poverty reduction in rural areas is an important development goal concerned [...]

Relationship Between Green Entrepreneurship Orientation, Integration of Opportunity and Resource Capacities and Sustainable Competitive Advantage

Details Year: 2022 Published in: Frontiers in Psychology Cited as: Li, Wenjin, Yu Sun, and Yang Gao. "Relationship between green entrepreneurship orientation, integration of opportunity and resource capacities and sustainable competitive advantage." Frontiers in Psychology 13 (2022). Subject Green entrepreneurship, Opportunity, Resource, Capabilities, Sustainable Competitive advantage Abstract Green entrepreneurial orientation (GEO) and sustainability have been [...]

The role of Government and Key Non-State Actors in Social Entrepreneurship: A Systematic Literature Review

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of cleaner production Cited as: Bozhikin, Ivan, Janaina Macke, and Luana Folchini da Costa. "The role of government and key non-state actors in social entrepreneurship: A systematic literature review." Journal of cleaner production 226 (2019): 730-747. Subject Sustainable development, Social Entrepreneurship, Government Abstract Social entrepreneurship is recognized as a [...]

How and Why Do Social and Sustainable Initiatives Scale? A Systematic Review of the Literature on Social Entrepreneurship and Grassroots Innovation

Details Year: 2020 Published in: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations Cited as: van Lunenburg, Marion, Karin Geuijen, and Albert Meijer. "How and why do social and sustainable initiatives scale? A systematic review of the literature on social entrepreneurship and grassroots innovation." VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 31, no. 5 (2020): [...]

The Link Between Women Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Stakeholder Engagement: A Review

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Nair, Suja R. "The link between women entrepreneurship, innovation and stakeholder engagement: A review." Journal of Business Research 119 (2020): 283-290. Subject Social Entrepreneurship, Women, Gender, Gender Inequality Abstract Women entrepreneurship is synonymous with women empowerment, tremendously contributing to growth of the economy, sustainable [...]

To Examine Women Social Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Opportunities and Challenges

Details Year: 2023 Published in: Research Anthology on Approaches to Social and Sustainable Entrepreneurship Cited as: Nair, Suja Ravindran. "To examine women social entrepreneurial ecosystems: Opportunities and challenges." Research Anthology on Approaches to Social and Sustainable Entrepreneurship (2023): 944-963. Subject Social Entrepreneurship, Women, Gender Abstract In the past few decades, the concept of social entrepreneurship [...]

How Social Entrepreneurs Zig-Zag Their Way to Impact at Scale

Details Year: 2019 Published in: California Management Review Cited as: Rangan, V. Kasturi, and Tricia Gregg. "How social entrepreneurs zig-zag their way to impact at scale." California Management Review 62, no. 1 (2019): 53-76. Subject Nonprofit organisations, Social entrepreneurship, Systemic impact, Scaling, Strategy process, Social well-being. Abstract This article provides guidance to social entrepreneurs and [...]

Social Banking Impact Report 2021

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Erste Group Website Cited as: n/a Subject Social Banking, Microfinance Abstract n/a Social Banking Impact Report 2021 1 file(s) 2.47 MB Download

The Shared Value Concept in Social Business Model: Promoting Social Enterprise in Malaysia

Details Year: 2018 Published in: International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences Cited as: Hassan, N. F. N., Daud, W. N. W., Zainol, F. A., Rashid, N., & Afthanorhan, A. (2018). The Shared Value Concept in Social Business Model: Promoting Social Enterprise in Malaysia. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and [...]

The Limits of Nonprofit Impact: A Contingency Framework for Measuring Social Performance

Details Year: 2010 Published in: Harvard Business School General Management Unit Working Paper Cited as: Ebrahim, Alnoor S., and V. Kasturi Rangan. "The limits of nonprofit impact: A contingency framework for measuring social performance." Harvard Business School General Management Unit Working Paper 10-099 (2010): 10-099. Subject Performance Measurement, Impact, Nonprofit Management, Social Enterprise, Philanthropy, Accountability, [...]

The Truth About CSR

Details Year: 2015 Published in: Harvard Business Review Cited as: Rangan, Kasturi, Lisa Chase, and Sohel Karim. "The truth about CSR." Harvard Business Review 93, no. 1/2 (2015): 40-49. Subject CSR, Harvard Business School, USA Abstract Most companies have long practiced some form of corporate social and environmental responsibility with the broad goal, simply, of [...]

Reflections on 25 years of Building Social Enterprise Education

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Austin, James, and V. Kasturi Rangan. "Reflections on 25 years of building social enterprise education." Social Enterprise Journal 15, no. 1 (2019): 2-21. Subject Social enterprise, Social enterprise initiative, Harvard business school, Education, USA Abstract Purpose – This paper aims to reflect on 25 years [...]

What Impact? A Framework For Measuring the Scale and Scope of Social Performance

Details Year: 2014 Published in: California Management Review Cited as: Ebrahim, Alnoor, and V. Kasturi Rangan. "What impact? A framework for measuring the scale and scope of social performance." California management review 56, no. 3 (2014): 118-141. Subject Performance Measurement, Scale, Scope, Mission, Nonprofit, Social Enterprise Abstract Organizations with social missions, such as nonprofits and [...]

Why Every Company Needs a CSR Strategy and How to Build It

Details Year: 2012 Published in: Harvard Business School Paper Cited as: Rangan, Kash, Lisa Chase, and Sohel Karim. "Why every company needs a CSR strategy and how to build it." (2012). Subject CSR Abstract The topic of corporate responsibility has been captioned under many names, including strategic philanthropy, corporate citizenship, social responsibility and other monikers. [...]

The Future of Social Enterprise

Details Year: 2008 Published in: Harvard Business School Paper Cited as: Rangan, V.K., Leonard, H.B. and McDonald, S., 2008. The future of social enterprise (pp. 08-103). Harvard Business School. Subject Social Enterprise, Future, Growth Abstract The Future of Social Enterprise considers the confluence of forces that is shaping the field of social enterprise, changing the [...]

The Role of Social Entrepreneurship for Rural Development

Details Year: 2017 Published in: Agricultural Sciences Cited as: Bencheva, Nelly and Stoeva, Teodora and Terziev, Venelin and Tepavicharova, Milena and Arabska, Ekaterina, The Role of Social Entrepreneurship for Rural Development (December 2017). Agricultural Sciences, Volume 9, Issue 21, 2017 , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3142883 Subject Bulgaria, Social entrepreneurship, Rural areas, Sustainable development Abstract About [...]

Does Corporate Social Responsibility Commitment and Participation Predict Environmental and Social Performance?

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management Cited as: Anser, Muhammad Khalid, Zahid Yousaf, Abdul Majid, and Muhammad Yasir. "Does corporate social responsibility commitment and participation predict environmental and social performance?." Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 27, no. 6 (2020): 2578-2587. Subject Corporate Social Responsibility Abstract This study aims to [...]

Nexus of Institutional Pressures, Environmentally Friendly Business Strategies, and Environmental Performance

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management Cited as: Majid, Abdul, Muhammad Yasir, Muhammad Yasir, and Asad Javed. "Nexus of institutional pressures, environmentally friendly business strategies, and environmental performance." Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 27, no. 2 (2020): 706-716. Subject Institutional Pressures, Environmental Performance Abstract Institutional pressures (IP) have a [...]

Purpose-Washing of Impact Investing Funds: Motivations, Occurrence and Prevention

Details Year: 2018 Published in: Social Responsibility Journal Cited as: Findlay, Suzanne, and Michael Moran. "Purpose-washing of impact investing funds: motivations, occurrence and prevention." Social Responsibility Journal 15, no. 7 (2019): 853-873. Subject Impact Investing, Purpose-Washing Abstract Purpose: As an emerging field of financing, impact investing is under-institutionalised and is in a legitimacy building phase. [...]

From Charity to Social Enterprise: The Marketization of Social Care

Details Year: 2018 Published in: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research Cited as: Henderson, Fiona, Christine Reilly, David Moyes, and Geoffrey Whittam. "From charity to social enterprise: the marketization of social care." International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 24, no. 3 (2018): 651-666. Subject Scotland, SDS Policy Abstract Purpose: In Scotland, the self-directed [...]

Board Diversity and Managerial Control as Predictors of Corporate Social Performance

Details Year: 1998 Published in: Journal of Business Ethics Cited as: Coffey, Betty S., and Jia Wang. "Board diversity and managerial control as predictors of corporate social performance." Journal of business ethics 17, no. 14 (1998): 1595-1603. Subject n/a Abstract While it is widely assumed that greater diversity in corporate governance will enhance a firm’s [...]

Scaling up Social Innovation: 7 Steps for Using ESF+

Details Year: 2022 Published in: Publications Office of the European Union Cited as: European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Barnett, S., Scaling-up social innovation : seven steps for using ESF+, Publications Office of the European Union, 2022, https://data.europa.eu/doi/10.2767/68505 Subject Social Innovation, ESF+ Abstract This toolkit recommends seven strategic steps to follow in [...]

Transforming Good Intentions into Social Impact: A Case Study on the Creation and Evolution of a Social Enterprise

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Business Ethics Cited as: Fowler, Elizabeth AR, Betty S. Coffey, and Heather R. Dixon-Fowler. "Transforming good intentions into social impact: A case on the creation and evolution of a social enterprise." Journal of Business Ethics 159 (2019): 665-678. Subject Social Enterprise, Teaching Case Studies Abstract Process models are [...]

The Role of Social Capital in Augmenting Strategic Renewal of SMEs: Does Entrepreneurial Orientation and Organisational Flexibility Really Matter?

Details Year: 2021 Published in: World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development Cited as: Khan, S.H., Majid, A., Yasir, M., Javed, A. and Shah, H.A. (2021), "The role of social capital in augmenting strategic renewal of SMEs: does entrepreneurial orientation and organizational flexibility really matter?", World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, Vol. [...]

Social Experimentation: A Practical Guide for Project Promoters

Details Year: 2022 Published in: Publications Office of the European Union Cited as: European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Ledan, A., Social experimentation : a practical guide for project promoters, Publications Office of the European Union, 2022, https://data.europa.eu/doi/10.2767/619329 Subject EU, ESF+ Abstract Social innovation and social experimentations are more than ever needed [...]

The Empty Bowls Project: Creating, Leading, and Sustaining a Social Enterprise

Details Year: 2014 Published in: Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice Cited as: Anderson, Stella E., Betty S. Coffey, and Heather Dixon–Fowler. "The empty bowls project: creating, leading, and sustaining a social enterprise." Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 38, no. 5 (2014): 1237-1247. Subject Social Enterprise, Empty Bowls Abstract Lisa and John never envisioned that a luncheon held [...]

Inquiry Into Social Impact investment for Housing and Homelessness Outcomes

Details Year: 2018 Published in: AHURI Cited as: Muir, K., Michaux, F., Sharam, A., Flatau, P., Meltzer, A., Moran, M., Heaney, R., North, G., Findlay, S., Webb, E., Mason, C., Stone, W., Ward-Christie, L., Zaretzky, K. and Ramia, I. (2018) Inquiry into social impact investment for housing and homelessness outcomes, AHURI Final Report No. 299, [...]

Social Entrepreneurship: Support for Social Enterprises in Bulgaria

Details Year: 2019 Published in: SSRN Electronic Journal Cited as: Terziev, Venelin, and Marin Georgiev. "Social entrepreneurship: support for social enterprises in Bulgaria." International E-Journal of Advances in Social Sciences 5, no. 14 (2019): 744-749. Subject Bulgaria, Social entrepreneurship, Support, Social enterprises. Abstract Social entrepreneurship is identified at European Union (EU) as a key instrument [...]

Scaling up Social Innovation for Sustainability: The Roles of Social Enterprise Capabilities

Details Year: 2018 Published in: Management Science Letters Cited as: Zainol, N., F. Zainol, Yahya Ibrahim, and Asyraf Afthanorhan. "Scaling up social innovation for sustainability: The roles of social enterprise capabilities." Management Science Letters 9, no. 3 (2019): 457-466. Subject Malaysia, Social enterprise, Capabilities Scaling, Social innovation, Social problem. Abstract The scaling of social innovation [...]

Successful Models of Social Enterprise in Bulgaria

Details Year: 2020 Published in: SSRN Electronic Journal Cited as: Terziev, Venelin, Nelly Bencheva, Teodora Stoeva, and Marin Georgiev. "Successful Models of Social Enterprise in Bulgaria." Available at SSRN 3719746 (2020). Subject Bulgaria, social entrepreneurship, social enterprise, social economy, public policy. Abstract Social entrepreneurship is identified at European Union (EU) as a key instrument for [...]

Three Forms – One Outcome: The Role of Social Capital in the Early Stages of the Entrepreneurial Process Within a Region With Traditionally Low Business Start-Ups

Details Year: 2013 Published in: BAM2013 Conference Paper Cited as: Ferri, Paul, David Moyes, and Geoffrey Whittam. "Three forms–one outcome: the role of social capital in the early stages of the entrepreneurial process within a region with traditionally low business start-ups." In 27th Annual British Academy of Management Conference: Managing to Make a Difference. 2013 [...]

The Stairway to Heaven? The Effective Use of Social Capital in New Venture Creation for a Rural Business

Details Year: 2015 Published in: Journal of Rural Studies Cited as: Moyes, David, Paul Ferri, Fiona Henderson, and Geoffrey Whittam. “The Stairway to Heaven? The Effective Use of Social Capital in New Venture Creation for a Rural Business.” Journal of Rural Studies 39 (June 2015): 11–21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2015.02.004. Subject Scotland, Social capital, Rural business, Entrepreneurship Abstract [...]

Financing Social Entrepreneurship: The Role of Impact Investment in Shaping Social Enterprise in Australia

Details Year: 2018 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Erin I-Ping Castellas, Jarrod Ormiston, Suzanne Findlay, (2018) "Financing social entrepreneurship: The role of impact investment in shaping social enterprise in Australia", Social Enterprise Journal, Vol. 14 Issue: 2, pp.130-155, https://doi.org/10.1108/SEJ-02-2017-0006 Subject Australia, Social Enterprise, Blended Value, Institutional Complexity, Social Finance, Impact Investment Abstract This [...]

Understanding Opportunities for Social Impact Investment in the Development of Affordable Housing

Details Year: 2018 Published in: AHURI Cited as: Sharam, A., Moran, M., Mason, C. Stone, W. and Findlay, S. (2017) Understanding opportunities for social impact investment in the development of affordable housing, AHURI Final Report No. 294, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, http://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/294, doi: 10.18408/ ahuri-5310202. Subject Affordability, affordable, community housing, development, [...]

Teaching Guidelines for Digital Entrepreneurship

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Teaching Guidelines for Digital Entrepreneurship (2021), ed. by Kateryna Kraus (Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine)) Nataliia Kraus (Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine) Olena Shtepa (Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine). ISBN 978-83-959463-6-3 Cited as: Kraus, Kateryna, Nataliia Kraus, and Olena Shtepa. "Teaching Guidelines for Digital Entrepreneurship." (2021). Subject Digital Entrepreneurship, education, teaching [...]

Drivers toward Social Entrepreneurs Engagement in Poland: An Institutional Approach

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Administrative Sciences Cited as: Pacut, Agnieszka. "Drivers toward social entrepreneurs engagement in Poland: An institutional approach." Administrative Sciences 10, no. 1 (2020): 5. Subject social enterprise; social entrepreneurship; social entrepreneur; factors; institutional environment; Poland Abstract The aim of this study is to identify the factors that influence the involvement of [...]

Where ESG Fails

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Institutional Investor Cited as: n/a Subject Social Impact, Alpha, ESG, Sustainability Abstract Despite countless studies, there has never been conclusive evidence that socially responsible screens deliver alpha. A better model exists, argue Harvard Business School luminaries Michael Porter, George Serafeim, and Mark Kramer. Where ESG Fails 1 file(s) 894.44 KB Download

Psychological factors and entrepreneurial orientation: Could education and supportive environment moderate this relationship?

Details Year: 2018 Published in: Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences (PJCSS) Cited as: Javed, Asad; Yasir, Muhammad; Majid, Abdul (2018) :Psychological factors and entrepreneurial orientation: Could education and supportive environment moderate this relationship?, Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences (PJCSS), ISSN 2309-8619, Johar Education Society, Pakistan (JESPK), Lahore, Vol. 12, Iss. 2, [...]

Policy recommendations for youth organisation impact management

Details Year: 2022 Published in: / Cited as: / Subject Policy recommendations, impact management, youth organisations Abstract The following section will outline our recommendations, based on our own findings, external research, and expert opinions, we have determined the problem, “Youth organisations and social enterprises working with young people are not systematically increasing and demonstrating their [...]

GUIDELINES for social impact communication in youth organisations and youth social enterprises

Details Year: 2022 Published in: / Cited as: / Subject Communicate social impact, social enterprises, youth organisations Abstract These guidelines aim to create support instruments to help employees or volunteers in youth organisations or social enterprises to communicate their social impact in an understandable, inexpensive way, thus supporting efforts towards quality and better work of [...]

A Guide to Social Procurement

Details Year: 2018 Published in: Buy Social Canada Cited as: / Subject Social procurement Abstract This guidebook is an introduction to the why, what, and how of social procurement in Canada. It is written for several audiences: organizations taking the necessary steps towards social procurement implementation; others considering whether to or how to integrate social [...]

Social Procurement and its Implications for Social Enterprise: A literature review

Details Year: 2009 Published in: The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS) Cited as: / Subject Social procurement, social enterprise Abstract This paper reviews the available academic and policy literature to identify the possibilities and limitations of social procurement, and the factors that enable its implementation. In doing so, it aims to contribute [...]

Supplier Guide to Social Procurement

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Buy Social Canada Cited as: / Subject Social procurement Abstract The Supplier Guide to Social Procurement is designed to support social value suppliers to prepare for and effectively engage with purchasers. The Supplier Guide is both a journey through the procurement process, and a hands-on tool kit for social value [...]

Exploring Social Procurement

Details Year: 2014 Published in: Accelerating Social Impact CCC, Ltd. Cited as: / Subject Social procurement Abstract Exploring Social Procurement examines an innovative market-based opportunity to create social impact through existing purchasing.The recent Federal Budget recognized that government alone couldn’t solve the complex social issues facing our communities. We would add, that alone no single [...]

The State of Social Procurement in Australia and New Zealand 2021

Details Year: 2021 Published in: / Cited as: Barraket, J., Hiruy, K., Walshe, J., and Moussa, B. (2021) The State of Social Procurement in Australian and New Zealand, IPA Personnel Services and Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply online at https://www.csi.edu.au/stateofsocialprocurement2021 Subject Social procurement Abstract The power of procurement to generate positive social impacts is [...]

Exploring Community Wealth Building Through Social Procurement in Ontario — Final Report

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Buy Social Canada Cited as: / Subject Social procurement Abstract Throughout Ontario, social procurement is contributing towards the creation of inclusive, vibrant and healthy communities. This report recaps a five part knowledge series that examined the Ontario social procurement ecosystem – social enterprises as suppliers, social value purchasers and the [...]

The complete guide to growing and scaling your social enterprise

Details Year: 2022 Published in: / Cited as: / Subject Social enterprise growth Abstract This guide shares the most impactful frameworks and tools that you need to grow and scale your social enterprise. The complete guide to growing and scaling your social enterprise 1 file(s) 0.00 KB Download

Social Procurement Guide: A Roadmap for Reducing Inequalities, Involvement of Disadvantaged Groups in Public Procurements and Supply Chains

Details Year: 2021 Published in: / Cited as: / Subject Public procurement, supply chains Abstract A Roadmap for Reducing Inequalities, Involvement of Disadvantaged Groups in Public Procurements and Supply Chains Social Procurement Guide: A Roadmap for Reducing Inequalities, Involvement of Disadvantaged Groups in Public Procurements and Supply Chains 1 file(s) 6.21 MB Download

A $500 Billion Market Opportunity for Real Impact

Details Year: 2022 Published in: / Cited as: / Subject Social procurement Abstract New Report by Yunus Social Business and Boston Consulting Group Outlines the Opportunities of Social Procurement A $500 Billion Market Opportunity for Real Impact 1 file(s) 6.65 MB Download

The Social Procurement Manual

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Business as unusual research series Cited as: / Subject Social procurement Abstract A practical guide to integrating social businesses into corporate value chains The Social Procurement Manual 1 file(s) 11.38 MB Download

Social Procurement and Employment Requirements in Construction

Details Year: 2016 Published in: P W Chan and C J Neilson (Eds.) Proceedings of the 32nd Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2016, Manchester, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol 2, 997-1006. Cited as: Petersen, D and Kadefors, A (2016) Social Procurement and Employment Requirements in Construction. In P W Chan and C [...]

Green Public Procurement: An Overview of Green Reforms in Country Procurement Systems

Details Year: 2021 Published in: / Cited as: 2021. Green Public Procurement: An Overview of Green Reforms in Country Procurement Systems. Climate Governance Papers Series. Washington, DC: World Bank. Subject Green public procurement Abstract Public procurement provides governments with a powerful tool to achieve their development objectives. The estimated global value of public procurement is [...]

Public Procurement for the Circular Economy: a Comparative Study of Sweden and Spain

Details Year: 2022 Published in: Circular Economy and Sustainability Cited as: Fuertes Giné, L., Vanacore, E. & Hunka, A.D. Public Procurement for the Circular Economy: a Comparative Study of Sweden and Spain. Circ.Econ.Sust. 2, 1021–1041 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s43615-022-00150-4 Subject The relationship between circular economy and public procurement Abstract This article examines the relationship between circular economy [...]

The social innovation ecosystem in Sweden: Requirements and challenges for the promotion of social innovation in Sweden

Details Year: 2022 Published in: / Cited as: / Subject Mapping and analysis of the Swedish social innovation ecosystem Abstract Europe and Sweden face many complex societal challenges in the form of, for example, unemployment, poverty, the ageing population and climate change. In the search for new solutions to these challenges, the importance of cross-sectoral [...]

Promoting Social Considerations into Public Procurement Procedures for Social Economy Enterprises: Mapping the ecosystem in which social economy enterprises operate, including access to public procurement contracts, in Latvia

Details Year: 2019 Published in: / Cited as: / Subject Public procurement in Latvia Abstract / Promoting Social Considerations into Public Procurement Procedures for Social Economy Enterprises: Mapping the ecosystem in which social economy enterprises operate, including access to public procurement contracts, in Latvia 1 file(s) 509.80 KB Download

Social Public Procurement Guide

Details Year: / Published in: Barcelona City Council Cited as: / Subject Social public procurement Abstract Barcelona City Council is promoting socially responsible procurement, by including the goals of social justice, environmental sustainability and an ethics code in municipal public procurement. This guide specifies social inclusion, gender equality and social justice measures designed to encourage [...]

Sustainable Public Procurement: From Law to Practice

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Sustainability Cited as: Mendoza Jiménez, J.; Hernández López, M.; Franco Escobar, S.E. Sustainable Public Procurement: From Law to Practice. Sustainability 2019, 11, 6388. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11226388 Subject Text here... Abstract This study aims to propose actions to improve the implementation of sustainable public procurement by identifying the problems perceived by public servants [...]

Analysis of the Situation of Social Public Procurement of Works at the Valencian Region (Spain)

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Sustainability Cited as: Fuentes-Bargues, J.L.; Bastante-Ceca, M.J.; Ferrer-Gisbert, P.S.; González-Cruz, M.C. Analysis of the Situation of Social Public Procurement of Works at the Valencian Region (Spain). Sustainability 2021, 13, 175. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13010175 Subject Analysis of the Situation of Social Public Procurement of Works at the Valencian Region (Spain) Abstract Construction is [...]

Guide to Using the Social Value Model

Details Year: 2020 Published in: UK Government Cited as: / Subject Guide published by the UK Government on how to use the Social Value Model Abstract This guide describes how to use the Social Value Model (‘the Model’). Commercial practitioners at all levels within central government departments, executive agencies and non- departmental public bodies (referred [...]

Public Procurement Monitoring Report of the Netherlands

Details Year: 2021 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject Dutch public procurement practice Abstract This report presents an overview of Dutch public procurement practice over the years 2018, 2019 and 2020, in both quantitative and qualitative terms. With this report, the Netherlands fulfils the monitoring obligations laid down in Articles 83 and 85 of [...]

Swiss Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Organisation: European Commission Year: 2023 Subject This second Swiss Social Entrepreneurship Monitor, we will shed light on the long-term development of the sector. Social entrepreneurs contribute to solving current social challenges with their activities in various sectors. In doing so, they make an important contribution to the well-being of Switzerland and the promotion [...]

Estonian Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Organisation: European Commission Year: 2023 Subject The Estonian Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022 is a survey on social entrepreneurship in Estonia. Its aim is to provide decision-makers in government, the business sector, the research community and civil society with data on the Estonian social enterprise ecosystem. It will help to better understand the potential [...]

Spanish Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Organisation: European Commission Year: 2022 Subject Within the framework of the European Social Enterprise Monitor (ESEM), Esade Center for Social Impact is pleased to present this second report on the situation of social entrepreneurship in Spain. Abstract This report presents the key conclusions on the Spanish social enterprise ecosystem, collected with the participation [...]

Latvian Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Organisation: European Commission Year: 2022 Subject For the first time, ESEM has been run in Latvia - we see it as an important step in creating evidence-based policies. The data was gathered by the Social Entrepreneurship Association of Latvia with the support of the Ministry of Welfare, Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator New Door, and [...]

Compendium of Good Policy Practices 2022

Details Year: 2022 Subject Compendium of Good Practices Abstract This Compendium represents the collective work of our members who have highlighted several policies and practices from their countries that they believe could be replicated in other areas to support social enterprises and further enable them to make a positive impact. In this Compendium, a diverse [...]

European Social Enterprise Monitor (ESEM) 2021-2022 Report

Details Year: 2022 Published in: - Cited as: Dupain, W., Scharpe, K., Gazeley, T., Bennett, T., Mair, J., Raith, M., Bosma, N. (2022), “The State of Social Enterprise in Europe – European Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022”. Euclid Network. Subject European Social Enterprise Monitor - The State of Social Enterprise in Europe 2021-2022 Abstract The European [...]

Buy Social Corporate Challenge – Year 6 Report

Details Year: 2022 Published in: - Cited as: - Subject A group of high-profile businesses is aiming to collectively spend £1 billion with social enterprises through their procurement. Abstract The Buy Social Corporate Challenge is a simple initiative with a bold ambition: that a group of 30 high-profile, large-scale businesses can collectively spend £1 billion [...]

Hungarian Social Enteprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Org: European Commision Year: 2022 Subject Social enterprises have existed in Hungary since the end of the 90s, and their number and diversity are increasing. They respond to a variety of social and environmental problems, follow a variety of business models, and exist in a variety of legal forms. Over the past 20 [...]

German Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Org: European Commision Year: 2022 Subject The German Social Entrepreneurship Monitor (DSEM) is an annual study on social entrepreneurship in Germany. The aim is to enable politics, business and civil society to take a deeper look into the ecosystem and in particular to uncover the potential and challenges of social entrepreneurship. Abstract Social [...]

Dutch Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Org: European Commision Year: 2022 Subject Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022 is the largest annual survey of social enterprises in the Netherlands. This research provides insight into the developments within the sector in our country and serves as a basis for further development of the ecosystem. It is the first monitor that is also [...]

Austrian Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Org: European Commision Year: 2022 Subject Despite their social importance and the growing public interest in their services, not enough is known about the status quo, the potential and the challenges of social enterprises in Austria. In this form, the Austrian Social Enterprise Monitor (ASEM) is the first to comprehensively examine the characteristics, [...]

Danish Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022

Details Intermediary Org: European Commision Year: 2022 Subject The Danish Social Enterprise Monitor 2021-2022 is report is the second of its kind in a Danish context, where until last year, when the first Danish ESEM report was published, there had not previously been a definitive status report for social economy enterprises based on such detailed [...]

Needs Assessment Report – Social Enterprise Support Organisations (SESOs) in the MENA Region

Country: Middle East and North Africa

Author: Mertel, E; Gaone Veldhuijsen, A.; Vietz, C.



United Kingdom Social Enterprise Monitor Report

Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2021 Subject In many ways, the pandemic has shown the best of British business. Companies across the country have stepped up to support their staff, provided donations to local charities and offered to give up their premises for local projects. However, it does beg the question: Why does it take [...]

Estonian Social Enterprise Monitor Report

Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2021 Subject The social economy and social entrepreneurship play an increasingly important role in today's society and the economic landscape in both the European Union and Estonia. The European Union sees social entrepreneurship as an opportunity for inclusion, to create a sense of belonging and social responsibility. The benefits and [...]

Spanish Social Enterprise Monitor Report

Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2021 Subject Abstract This first edition of the European Social Enterprise Monitor (ESEM) was conducted simultaneously in seven countries. In this report, we present the results of the study in Spain, in which 106 social enterprises participated. The main objective was to gather data from the social entrepreneurship sector in [...]

Danish Social Enterprise Monitor 2020-2021

Details Intermediary Org: European Commision Year: 2021 Subject Text here... Abstract Text here... Danish Social Enterprise Monitor 2020-2021 1 file(s) 3.98 MB Download

A cross-national perspective of compassion’s role in driving social entrepreneurial intentions

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Journal of International Management Cited as: Verena Rieger, Anna Gründler, Hans-Jörg Winkler, Benjamin Tschauner, Andreas Engelen, A cross-national perspective of compassion's role in driving social entrepreneurial intentions, Journal of International Management, Volume 27, Issue 1, 2021, 100824, ISSN 1075-4253, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intman.2021.100824. Subject Text here... Abstract This study sheds light on the [...]

The determinants of social CRM entrepreneurship: An institutional perspective

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Khaled Saleh Al-Omoush, Virginia Simón-Moya, Mohammad Atwah Al-ma'aitah, Javier Sendra-García, The determinants of social CRM entrepreneurship: An institutional perspective, Journal of Business Research, Volume 132, 2021, Pages 21-31, ISSN 0148-2963, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2021.04.017. Subject Text here... Abstract Despite a growing interest in social media adoption by [...]

Hybrid forms of business: Understanding the development of indigenous social entrepreneurship practices

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Andrés Morales, Sara Calvo, José Manuel Guaita Martínez, José María Martín Martín, Hybrid forms of business: Understanding the development of indigenous social entrepreneurship practices, Journal of Business Research, Volume 124, 2021, Pages 212-222, ISSN 0148-2963, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2020.11.060. Subject Text here... Abstract Few studies have been [...]

Knowledge capital in social and commercial entrepreneurship: Investigating the role of informal institutions

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Journal of International Management Cited as: Sreevas Sahasranamam, M.K. Nandakumar, Vijay Pereira, Yama Temouri, Knowledge capital in social and commercial entrepreneurship: Investigating the role of informal institutions, Journal of International Management, Volume 27, Issue 1, 2021, 100833, ISSN 1075-4253, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intman.2021.100833. Subject Text here... Abstract This paper utilizes the lenses of [...]

Collective tourism social entrepreneurship: A means for community mobilization and social transformation

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Annals of Tourism Research Cited as: Matias Thuen Jørgensen, Anne Vorre Hansen, Flemming Sørensen, Lars Fuglsang, Jon Sundbo, Jens Friis Jensen, Collective tourism social entrepreneurship: A means for community mobilization and social transformation, Annals of Tourism Research, Volume 88, 2021, 103171, ISSN 0160-7383, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2021.103171. Subject Text here... Abstract Communities depicted [...]

Consequences of technology and social innovation on traditional business model

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Technological Forecasting and Social Change Cited as: Demetris Vrontis, Donato Morea, Gianpaolo Basile, Isabella Bonacci, Andrea Mazzitelli, Consequences of technology and social innovation on traditional business model, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 170, 2021, 120877, ISSN 0040-1625, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2021.120877. Subject Text here... Abstract The growing presence of new players – [...]

The balancing act of social enterprise: An IT emergence perspective

Details Year: 2021 Published in: International Journal of Information Management Cited as: Lalit Pankaj, Priya Seetharaman, The balancing act of social enterprise: An IT emergence perspective, International Journal of Information Management, Volume 57, 2021, 102302, ISSN 0268-4012, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2020.102302. Subject Text here... Abstract The significance of IT in the context of non-digital social enterprises (SEs) and [...]

Ending business-non-profit partnerships: The spinout of social enterprises

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Scandinavian Journal of Management Cited as: Sudhir Rama Murthy, Kate Roll, Alastair Colin-Jones, Ending business-non-profit partnerships: The spinout of social enterprises, Scandinavian Journal of Management, Volume 37, Issue 1, 2021, 101136, ISSN 0956-5221, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scaman.2020.101136. Subject Text here... Abstract Business-non-profit partnerships are expected to create sustained impact, yet they often remain [...]

Rurality and social innovation processes and outcomes: A realist evaluation of rural social

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Journal of Rural Studies Cited as: Artur Steiner, Francesca Calò, Mark Shucksmith, Rurality and social innovation processes and outcomes: A realist evaluation of rural social enterprise activities, Journal of Rural Studies, 2021, ISSN 0743-0167, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2021.04.006. Subject Text here... Abstract Although increasingly prominent in research, policy and practice, little is known [...]

Social performance measurement adoption in nascent social enterprises: Refining the institutional model

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Journal of Business Venturing Insights Cited as: Shoko Kato, Social performance measurement adoption in nascent social enterprises: Refining the institutional model, Journal of Business Venturing Insights, Volume 15, 2021, e00244, ISSN 2352-6734, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbvi.2021.e00244. Subject Text here... Abstract Based on institutional theory, Lall (2017) established a social performance measurement (SPM) adoption [...]

Blended value co-creation: A qualitative investigation of relationship designs of social enterprises

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Felix Ostertag, Rüdiger Hahn, Inan Ince, Blended value co-creation: A qualitative investigation of relationship designs of social enterprises, Journal of Business Research, Volume 129, 2021, Pages 428-445, ISSN 0148-2963, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2021.02.006. Subject Text here... Abstract Social enterprises access large networks of stakeholders to gain strategic [...]

Social enterprises towards a sustainable business system: A model of institutional dynamics

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions Cited as: Monica Vasquez-Delsolar, Amparo Merino, Social enterprises towards a sustainable business system: A model of institutional dynamics, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 2021,,ISSN 2210-4224,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eist.2021.05.001. Subject Text here... Abstract Despite the growing interest of sustainability transition studies on the role of business actors in shaping [...]

Rurality as context for innovative responses to social challenges – The role of rural social enterprises

Details Year:  2021 Published in: Journal of Rural Studies Cited as: Lucas Olmedo, Mara van Twuijver, Mary O'Shaughnessy, Rurality as context for innovative responses to social challenges – The role of rural social enterprises, Journal of Rural Studies, 2021, Subject Text here... Abstract Rural social enterprises are increasingly recognized as organisations that contribute to local [...]

Social enterprises and market performance: The moderating roles of innovativeness, sectoral alignment, and geographic localization

Details Year: 2021 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: In Hyeock (Ian) Lee, Sung Min Kim, Seth Green, Social enterprises and market performance: The moderating roles of innovativeness, sectoral alignment, and geographic localization, Journal of Business Research, Volume 132,2021 Subject Text here... Abstract Despite the growing attention on social enterprises, the extant research [...]

Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Turkey’ Baseline Report

Details Year: 2020 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject Text here... Abstract Turkey Social Entrepreneurship Network project aims to contribute to the development of social entrepreneurship in Turkey. In accordance with this purpose, we planned to realize a baseline study to evaluate the actual situation of the social entrepreneurship ecosystem and determine potential/existing social [...]

European Social Enterprise Monitor Report 2020-2021

The European Commission is proud to have supported the first inaugural European Social Enterprise Monitor (ESEM). It serves as a testament to the extent social enterprises already contribute to the European community and how much potential they still have to offer.

German Social Enterprise Monitor Report

Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2021 Subject The year 2020, which lies behind us, presented us as individuals and as a society with many difficult obstacles. It was a year of sacrifices and losses. Still, it was also a year of new opportunities. One thing was impressively clear to us: As a society, we are [...]

Swedish Social Enterprise Monitor Report

Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2021 Subject The ESEM report provides an opportunity to dive into statistics in many different areas, but from Mötesplats Social Innovation we want to take the opportunity to highlight the following reflections based on the results. Abstract "A number of reports and surveys have recently been presented based on the [...]

Portuguese Social Enterprise Monitor Report

Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2021 Subject ESLIDER is proud to collaborate with EUCLID Network for the implementation in Portugal of the European Social Enterprise Monitor. It is fundamental to generate comparable data across Europe on social enterprises so that new insights can be developed and support policies designed, to foster a vibrant ecosystem. [...]

Effects of sociocultural and economic factors on social entrepreneurship and sustainable development

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Innovation & Knowledge Cited as: Méndez-Picazo, M.-T. et al. (2020) Effects of sociocultural and economic factors on social entrepreneurship and sustainable development. Journal of innovation & knowledge. [Online] Subject The objective of this paper is to analyze the behavior of sociocultural factors and economic factors over general entrepreneurship [...]

Predicting motivational outcomes in social entrepreneurship: Roles of entrepreneurial self-efficacy and situational fit

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research, Volume 121, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2020.08.022. Cited as: To, C. K. . et al. (2020) Predicting motivational outcomes in social entrepreneurship: Roles of entrepreneurial self-efficacy and situational fit. Journal of business research. [Online] 121209–222. Subject This study sheds light on self-motivational constructs that ultimately shape social entrepreneurs’ intention [...]

Public versus private interest in social entrepreneurship: Can one serve two masters?

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Industrial Marketing Management,2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indmarman.2020.06.012. Cited as: Chandra, Y. et al. (2021) Public versus private interest in social entrepreneurship: Can one serve two masters? Journal of cleaner production. [Online] 280. Subject This article seeks to answer the important question of what drives social entrepreneurial intention. Few studies have examined the predictors [...]

Social entrepreneurship orientation: Drivers of success for start-ups and established industrial firms

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Industrial Marketing Management,2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indmarman.2020.06.012. Cited as: Halberstadt, J. et al. (2020) Social entrepreneurship orientation: Drivers of success for start-ups and established industrial firms. Industrial marketing management. [Online] Subject This study provides a theoretical, conceptual, and empirical insights into SEO. The authors examined the impact of social entrepreneurship orientation (SEO), a behavioral measure [...]

Social entrepreneurship orientation and company success: The mediating role of social performance

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 160, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2020.120230. Cited as: Gali, N. et al. (2020) Social entrepreneurship orientation and company success: The mediating role of social performance. Technological forecasting & social change. [Online] 160120230–. Subject This study contributes to closing these research gaps by investigating how SEO influences social [...]

When giving is good for encouraging social entrepreneurship

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Australasian Marketing Journal (AMJ) Cited as: Le TT, Nguyen TNQ, Tran QHM. When Giving is Good for Encouraging Social Entrepreneurship. Australasian Marketing Journal. 2020;28(4):253-262. doi:10.1016/j.ausmj.2020.05.005 Subject With this research, the authors attempt to examine the relationship between empathy and social entrepreneurial intention which is considered an important yet under-researched facet [...]

Women entrepreneurs as agents of change: A comparative analysis of social entrepreneurship processes in emerging markets

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 157, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2020.120067. Cited as: Rosca, E. et al. (2020) Women entrepreneurs as agents of change: A comparative analysis of social entrepreneurship processes in emerging markets. Technological forecasting & social change. [Online] 157120067–. Subject This study explores the entrepreneurial journey of women-led social entreprises [...]

Digitalisation, social entrepreneurship and national well-being.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 161, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2020.120279. Cited as: Torres, P. & Augusto, M. (2020) Digitalisation, social entrepreneurship and national well-being. Technological forecasting & social change. Vol: 161, P1202-79. Subject This study examines the influence of digitalisation and social entrepreneurship on national well-being. Digitalisation is shaping entrepreneurship, and represent an [...]

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Regional Study and Guidelines on Social Entrepreneurship in the Western Balkans – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: ... Cited as: Andjelic J., Petricevic T. (2020) Regional Study and Guidelines on Social Entrepreneurship in the Western Balkans - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia. RYCO, Tirana Subject Text here... Abstract “RISE” is a regional three-year project that intends to open new spaces of reconciliation for [...]

Human capital and AI in industry 4.0. Convergence and divergence in social entrepreneurship in Russia

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Intellectual Capital Cited as:Popkova, E. and Sergi, B. (2020), "Human capital and AI in industry 4.0. Convergence and divergence in social entrepreneurship in Russia", Journal of Intellectual Capital,Vol. 21 No. 4, pp. 565-581. https://doi.org/10.1108/JIC-09-2019-0224 Abstract The purpose of this article is to determine the future proportion and variants of [...]

The state of impact measurement and management practice: second edition

Details Year: 2020 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject The second edition of the State of Impact Measurement and Management Practice reflects the increased sophistication and maturation of impact measurement and management (IMM) practices since the release of the survey’s first edition in 2017. The GIIN’s second global survey of the state of impact measurement and management [...]

Transition topology: capturing institutional dynamics in regional development paths to sustainability

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Research Policy Cited as: Strambach, S. and G. Pflitsch (2020). "Transition topology: Capturing institutional dynamics in regional development paths to sustainability." Research Policy 49(7): 104006. Abstract A key challenge in sustainability transitions research is to better understand the huge variety and spatial unevenness of transitions paths. Institutions and institutional change [...]

Goal heterogeneity at start-up: are greener start-ups more innovative?

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Research Policy Cited as: Hoogendoorn, B., P. van der Zwan and R. Thurik (2020). "Goal heterogeneity at start-up: are greener start-ups more innovative?" Research Policy: 104061. Abstract Start-ups differ in the extent to which they introduce innovations to markets and, hence, in their potential contribution to society. Understanding the heterogeneous [...]

Running wild with metaphors: rethinking the evolution of social enterprise.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Strategic Change Cited as: Peattie, K. (2020). "Running wild with metaphors: Rethinking the evolution of social enterprise." Strategic Change 29(4): 417-424. Abstract Using new metaphors to characterize social enterprises may unlock novel and effective ways to better understand their distinctiveness. Metaphors are frequently used to describe and understand social enterprises [...]

Innovative start-ups and policy initiatives.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Research Policy Cited as: Audretsch, D., A. Colombelli, L. Grilli, T. Minola and E. Rasmussen (2020). "Innovative start-ups and policy initiatives." Research Policy: 104027. Abstract The field of social entrepreneurship has taken off with the explosive growth of different versions of the phenomena, like micro-credit, and with greater support, as [...]

The Social Enterprise Monitor 2018: Netherlands

Details Year: 2018 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject The social enterprise monitor 2018 provides insight into the development of social enterprises in the Netherlands. Abstract Paywall Visit the journal website to see access options for this document. Access

Social Investment Market in Serbia: Current state and potentials for the development

Details Year: 2017 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject This report provides insight into the social investment market in Serbia. Abstract Paywall Visit the journal website to see access options for this document. Access

A recipe book for social finance – second edition

Details Year: ... Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject A practical guide on designing and implementing initiatives to develop social finance instruments and markets Abstract Text here... Paywall Visit the journal website to see access options for this document. Access

Sustainability in social enterprise: hybrid organizing in public services

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Public Management Review 21.2 (2019): 159-186. Cited as: Powell, Madeline, Alex Gillett, and Bob Doherty. "Sustainability in social enterprise: hybrid organizing in public services." Public Management Review 21.2 (2019): 159-186. Abstract It is commonly assumed that social enterprises (SEs) are able to meet social outcomes and also be financially viable; [...]

The influence of interorganizational collaboration on logic conciliation and tensions within hybrid organizations: insights from social enterprise–corporate collaborations.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Ethics. Cited as: Savarese, C., B. Huybrechts and M. Hudon (2020). "The Influence of Interorganizational Collaboration on Logic Conciliation and Tensions Within Hybrid Organizations: Insights from Social Enterprise–Corporate Collaborations." Journal of Business Ethics. Abstract An increasing amount of research has examined the management of competing logics, and [...]

Entrepreneurs for a low carbon world: How environmental knowledge and policy shape the creation and financing of green start-ups.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Research Policy Cited as: Cojoianu, T. F., G. L. Clark, A. G. F. Hoepner, P. Veneri and D. Wójcik (2020). "Entrepreneurs for a low carbon world: How environmental knowledge and policy shape the creation and financing of green start-ups." Research Policy 49(6): 103988. Abstract We investigate how different types of [...]

Understanding social entrepreneurship: A cultural perspective in business research.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Canestrino, R., M. Ćwiklicki, P. Magliocca and B. Pawełek (2020). "Understanding social entrepreneurship: A cultural perspective in business research." Journal of Business Research 110: 132-143. Abstract This study investigates the cultural drivers of social entrepreneurship (SE), focusing on the way in which Global Leadership [...]

Even winners need to learn: How government entrepreneurship programs can support innovative ventures.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Research Policy Cited as: Buffart, M., G. Croidieu, P. H. Kim and R. Bowman (2020). "Even winners need to learn: How government entrepreneurship programs can support innovative ventures." Research Policy: 104052. Abstract Given the investment of public resources for supporting entrepreneurial growth, it is important to know whether such programs [...]

Bridging the equity gap for young innovative companies: The design of effective government venture capital fund programs.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Research Policy Cited as: Alperovych, Y., Groh, A. and Quas, A.  (2020). "Year: 2020 Published in: Research Policy Cited as: Alperovych, Y., Groh, A. and Quas, A.  (2020). "Bridging the equity gap for young innovative companies: The design of effective government venture capital fund programs." Research Policy: 104051.." Research Policy: [...]

A Co-citation and co-word analysis of social entrepreneurship research.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: Cited as: Tan Luc, P., P. Xuan Lan, A. Nhat Hanh Le and B. Thanh Trang (2020). "A Co-Citation and Co-Word Analysis of Social Entrepreneurship Research." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-16. Abstract This article aims to provide the intellectual structure and the evolution of research themes [...]

Moderating Effects of Informal Institutions on Social Entrepreneurship Activity.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Lee, C. K., S. A. Simmons, A. Amezcua, J. Y. Lee and G. T. Lumpkin (2020). "Moderating Effects of Informal Institutions on Social Entrepreneurship Activity." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-26. Abstract Using the legitimacy lens from institutional theory and a multi-level analysis of 29,175 [...]

Social’ value creation as care: the perspective of beneficiaries in social entrepreneurship.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Lorenzo-Afable, D., M. Lips-Wiersma and S. Singh (2020). "‘Social’ value creation as care: the perspective of beneficiaries in social entrepreneurship." Abstract Purpose This paper aims to characterise the “social” in social entrepreneurship (SE) by examining social value creation (SVC) from the perspective of vulnerable beneficiaries [...]

Entrepreneurship at the base of the pyramid: the moderating role of person-facilitator fit and poverty alleviation.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: Cited as: Smith, B. R., J. R. Knapp and B. L. Cannatelli (2020). "Entrepreneurship at the Base of the Pyramid: The Moderating Role of Person-Facilitator Fit and Poverty Alleviation." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-25. Abstract Facilitating entrepreneurship through micro-credit, micro-franchise, and micro-consignment potentially helps to alleviate [...]

Wrestling with wicked problems? The value of business plan competitions to social entrepreneurship education

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership Cited as: Teasdale, S., Steiner, A., & Roy, M. J. (2020). Wrestling with wicked problems? The value of business plan competitions to social entrepreneurship education. Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership , 10(3). https://doi.org/10.18666/JNEL-2020-V10-I3-9612 Abstract In this work we present an account of our experiences [...]

Insights from corporate social innovation: a research agenda.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal. Cited as: Tabares, S. (2020). "Insights from corporate social innovation: a research agenda." Social Enterprise Journal. Abstract The purpose of this study is to analyse the contributions, major discussions and trends in the literature driving the research agenda in corporate social innovation (CSI). This is done through [...]

The social – market convergence in a renewable energy social enterprise

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Cleaner Production: Cited as: Sengupta, S., A. Sahay and R. D. Hisrich (2020). "The social – market convergence in a renewable energy social enterprise." Journal of Cleaner Production: 122516. Abstract The paper examines how the market and social logics which are supposedly counter to each other, converge into [...]

Unintended consequences of scaling social impact through ecosystem growth strategy in social enterprise and social entrepreneurship.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Venturing Insights Cited as: Islam, S. M. (2020). "Unintended consequences of scaling social impact through ecosystem growth strategy in social enterprise and social entrepreneurship." Journal of Business Venturing Insights 13: e00159. Abstract Scaling social impact is regarded as the main currency in social enterprise and social entrepreneurship. [...]

Can public venture capital support sustainability in the social economy? Evidence from a social innovation fund.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Venturing Insights Cited as: E. Vanderhoven et al. (2020). Can public venture capital support sustainability in the social economy? Evidence from a social innovation fund.Journal of Business Venturing Insights 13. e00166 Abstract The Social Innovation Fund (SIF) - funded by Scottish Government and the European Social Fund [...]

Factors Determining the Sustainability of Social Cooperative Enterprises in the Greek Context.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Graikioti, S., D. Sdrali and O. Klimi Kaminari (2020). "Factors Determining the Sustainability of Social Cooperative Enterprises in the Greek Context." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-22. Abstract The purpose of the present paper is to investigate the factors contributing to the sustainability of Social Cooperative [...]

From charity to social enterprise: the marketization of social care

Details Year: 2018 Published in: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research Cited as: Henderson, F., Reilly, C., Moyes, D. and Whittam, G. (2018), "From charity to social enterprise: the marketization of social care", International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, Vol. 24 No. 3, pp. 651-666 Abstract In Scotland, the self-directed support (SDS) legislation [...]

Social entrepreneurship research: A review and future research agenda.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Gupta, P., S. Chauhan, J. Paul and M. P. Jaiswal (2020). "Social entrepreneurship research: A review and future research agenda." Journal of Business Research 113: 209-229. Abstract Social Entrepreneurship (SE) is a popular area of research and practice. An analysis of the existing literature [...]

How Social Entrepreneurs’ Inner Realities Shape Value Creation.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Schaefer, K., K. Kearins and P. D. Corner (2020). "How Social Entrepreneurs’ Inner Realities Shape Value Creation." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-20. Abstract This paper empirically examines how social entrepreneurs’ inner realities – thoughts, feelings, self-awareness – shape the entrepreneurial value creation process. A [...]

Between de Jure and de Facto: Embedding Western Concepts of Social Entrepreneurship in Post-Socialist Reality.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Erpf, P., E. Butkevičienė and R. Pučėtaitė (2020). "Between de Jure and de Facto: Embedding Western Concepts of Social Entrepreneurship in Post-Socialist Reality." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-28. Abstract This article takes a historical perspective to explain the development of the concept of social [...]

Developing social entrepreneurship in the EU: a cross-country analysis.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: SSRN  Cited as: Terziev, V., N. Bencheva, T. Stoeva and M. Georgiev (2020). "Developing social entrepreneurship in the EU: a cross-country analysis." Available at SSRN 3603159. Abstract The development of the European social model rests on the concept of social entrepreneurship. The concept has a significant contribution to the development [...]

Entrepreneurial Identity and Social-Business Tensions – The Experience of Social Entrepreneurs.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Żur, A. (2020). "Entrepreneurial Identity and Social-Business Tensions – The Experience of Social Entrepreneurs." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-24. Abstract While much research has been devoted to the study of how social entrepreneurs manage social-business tensions inherent when pursuing dual missions, we know very [...]

The Social enterprise company in Europe: policy, theory and isomorphism.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper Series Cited as: Liptrap, J. (2020). "The Social Enterprise Company in Europe: Policy, Theory and Isomorphism." University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper Series. Abstract The last decade or so has witnessed a proliferation in the introduction of corporate organisational constructs [...]

Exploring Accountability in Social Enterprise: Priorities, Practicalities, and Legitimacy.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations Cited as: Bradford, A., B. Luke and C. Furneaux (2020). "Exploring Accountability in Social Enterprise: Priorities, Practicalities, and Legitimacy." VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 31(3): 614-626. Abstract This paper draws upon accountability and legitimacy theories to explore for what [...]

Everyone a Changemaker? Exploring the Moral Underpinnings of Social Innovation Discourse Through Real Utopias

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: Cited as: Teasdale, S., M. J. Roy, R. Ziegler, S. Mauksch, P. Dey and E. B. Raufflet (2020). "Everyone a Changemaker? Exploring the Moral Underpinnings of Social Innovation Discourse Through Real Utopias." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-21. Abstract The term ‘social innovation’ has come to gather [...]

Mediating role of prosocial motivation in predicting social entrepreneurial intentions.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Tiwari, P., A. K. Bhat and J. Tikoria (2020). "Mediating Role of Prosocial Motivation in Predicting Social Entrepreneurial Intentions." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-24. Abstract The aim of this research study to identify the role of empathy, moral judgement and social entrepreneurial education in [...]

How and Why Do Social and Sustainable Initiatives Scale? A Systematic Review of the Literature on Social Entrepreneurship and Grassroots Innovation

Details Year: 2020 Published In: VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations (2020) Cite As: van Lunenburg, M., Geuijen, K. & Meijer, A. How and Why Do Social and Sustainable Initiatives Scale? A Systematic Review of the Literature on Social Entrepreneurship and Grassroots Innovation. Voluntas (2020). Subject Social and sustainable initiatives generally start small and [...]

Rural social enterprises in Europe: A systematic literature review.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Local Economy Cited as: van Twuijver, M. W., L. Olmedo, M. O’Shaughnessy and T. Hennessy (2020). "Rural social enterprises in Europe: A systematic literature review." Local Economy 35(2): 121-142. Subject Text here... Abstract There is a growing perception that social enterprises represent a significant solution to the range of contemporary [...]

The Transformation from Traditional Nonprofit Organizations to Social Enterprises: An Institutional Entrepreneurship Perspective

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Ethics (2020) Cited as: Ko, W.W., Liu, G. The Transformation from Traditional Nonprofit Organizations to Social Enterprises: An Institutional Entrepreneurship Perspective. J Bus Ethics (2020). Abstract The development of commercial revenue streams allows traditional nonprofit organizations to increase financial certainty in response to the reduction of traditional [...]

Group culture, gender diversity and organizational innovativeness: Evidence from Serbia.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Colovic, A. and C. Williams (2020). "Group culture, gender diversity and organizational innovativeness: Evidence from Serbia." Journal of Business Research 110: 282-291. Abstract We examine the relationship between group culture – which emphasizes mentoring, teamwork and loyalty – and innovativeness in organizations. The relationship [...]

Enhancing value creation in social purpose organizations: Business models that leverage networks.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research. Cited as: Kullak, F. S., J. J. Baker and H. Woratschek (2020). "Enhancing value creation in social purpose organizations: Business models that leverage networks." Journal of Business Research. Abstract As social purpose organizations (SPOs) feature dual economic and social goals, contemporary research is beginning to grasp [...]

Social enterprise and its relationships to the territory: The contribution of humanist geography to the Actor-Network Theory.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Annales de Géographie Cited as: Glémain, P. (2020). "Social enterprise and its relationships to the territory: The contribution of humanist geography to the Actor-Network Theory." Annales de géographie 731(1): 62-82. Abstract The social and solidarity economy-based enterprises or “social enterprises” are considered to be “anchored to their territory”. But what [...]

How to stay on the road? A business model perspective on mission drift in social purpose organizations.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research. Cited as: Klein, S., S. Schneider and P. Spieth (2020). "How to stay on the road? A business model perspective on mission drift in social purpose organizations." Journal of Business Research. Abstract Hybrid organizations like social purpose organizations (SPOs) frequently innovate their business models (BM) due [...]

Business as unusual: A business model for social innovation

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research. Cited as: Gasparin, M., W. Green, S. Lilley, M. Quinn, M. Saren and C. Schinckus (2020). "Business as unusual: A business model for social innovation." Journal of Business Research. Subject Text here... Abstract Business model (BM) literature has developed considerably; however, most research takes place in [...]

From donation-based NPO to social enterprise: A journey of transformation through business-model innovation.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research. Cited as: Reficco, E., F. Layrisse and A. Barrios (2020). "From donation-based NPO to social enterprise: A journey of transformation through business-model innovation." Journal of Business Research. Abstract Nonprofit organizations (NPO) have suffered from two interrelated bottlenecks: lack of funds and difficulties to grow and operate [...]

Reference points for business model innovation in social purpose organizations: A stakeholder perspective

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research. Cited as: Siebold, N. (2020). "Reference points for business model innovation in social purpose organizations: A stakeholder perspective." Journal of Business Research. Abstract Social purpose organizations pursue dual missions and address heterogeneous stakeholders, which offers them a broad range of opportunities to innovate their business models. [...]

Towards a Typology of Social Enterprises Based on Performance: Some New Evidence

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: Cited as: Salavou, H. and S. Cohen (2020). "Towards a Typology of Social Enterprises Based on Performance: Some New Evidence." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-19. Abstract This study deals with the first empirical study on a performance typology of social enterprises (SEs). Based upon a sample [...]

Business model innovation in social enterprises: An activity system perspective.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Business Research Cited as: Tykkyläinen, S. and P. Ritala (2020). "Business model innovation in social enterprises: An activity system perspective." Journal of Business Research. Abstract Social enterprises aim to create both social and financial value, requiring the creation of business models that allow both objectives to be pursued [...]

Modelling Social Entrepreneurship: Consideration of the Reacting Forces

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Arend, R. J. (2020). "Modelling Social Entrepreneurship: Consideration of the Reacting Forces." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-18. Abstract The field of social entrepreneurship has taken off with the explosive growth of different versions of the phenomena, like micro-credit, and with greater support, as from [...]

Entrepreneurs’ age, institutions, and social value creation goals: A multi-country study.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Small Business Economics. Cited as: Brieger, S. A., A. Bäro, G. Criaco and S. A. Terjesen (2020). "Entrepreneurs’ age, institutions, and social value creation goals: A multi-country study." Small Business Economics. Abstract This study explores the relationship between an entrepreneur's age and his/her social value creation goals. Building on the lifespan [...]

How Does the Development of the Social Enterprise Sector Affect Entrepreneurial Behavior? An Empirical Analysis.

Details Year: 2020 Published in: Sustainability Cited as: Fernández-Laviada, A., C. López-Gutiérrez and A. Pérez (2020). "How Does the Development of the Social Enterprise Sector Affect Entrepreneurial Behavior? An Empirical Analysis." Sustainability 12(3): Abstract Research on social entrepreneurship (SE) has increased exponentially during the past decade. Even though this social phenomenon has aroused the interest [...]

Enablers of Impact: The role of incubators and accelerators in bridging investment and solutions

Details Year: 2020 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject This report has two key objectives: (i) explaining the added value that incubators and accelerators bring to the social purpose organisations they support and (ii) describing the role of incubators and accelerators in the European impact ecosystem. Abstract Paywall Visit the journal website to see [...]

Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe: comparative synthesis report

Details Year: 2020 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject This comparative synthesis report is part of the study “Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe” and it provides an overview of the social enterprise landscape in Europe based on available information as of January 2020. Abstract Paywall Visit the journal website to see access [...]

Boosting Social Entrepreneurship and social enterprise development in Estonia: in-depth policy review

Details Year: 2020 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject This report provides an in-depth policy review of social enterprise development in Estonia. Paywall Visit the journal website to see access options for this document. Access

Social entrepreneurship and institutional sustainability: insights from an embedded social enterprise

Details Year: 2019 Published in: VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations Cited as: Chatzichristos, G. and N. Nagopoulos (2020). "Social Entrepreneurship and Institutional Sustainability: Insights from an Embedded Social Enterprise." VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 31(3): 484-493. Abstract Mainstream enterprises function by alleviating the cognitive burdens on their members and [...]

Understanding social enterprise in The Netherlands: An application of the macro-institutional social enterprise framework to identify the institutional characteristics of social enterprise in The Netherlands

Details Year:2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Backer Joost, W. (2019). "Understanding social enterprise in The Netherlands: An application of the macro-institutional social enterprise framework to identify the institutional characteristics of social enterprise in The Netherlands." Social Enterprise Journal 16(1): 18-45. Abstract This paper aims to provide a qualitative country case study of [...]

To Examine Women Social Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Opportunities and Challenges

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Handbook of Research on Smart Territories and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for Social Innovation and Sustainable Growth Cited as: Nair, S. R. (2020). To Examine Women Social Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Opportunities and Challenges. In Palma-Ruiz, J. M., Saiz-Álvarez, J., & Herrero-Crespo, Á. (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Smart Territories and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for [...]

Regional Impact of Innovation: The Case of an H2020 Project in Central and Western Europe

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Handbook of Research on Smart Territories and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for Social Innovation and Sustainable Growth Cited as: Gutierrez, J. R. (2020). Regional Impact of Innovation: The Case of an H2020 Project in Central and Western Europe. In Palma-Ruiz, J. M., Saiz-Álvarez, J., & Herrero-Crespo, Á. (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Smart [...]

How to Facilitate Citizen-Led Social Innovations: Designer-, Maker-, and Funder-Society as Building Blocks

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Handbook of Research on Smart Territories and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for Social Innovation and Sustainable Growth Cited as: Ates, S. A. (2020). How to Facilitate Citizen-Led Social Innovations: Designer-, Maker-, and Funder-Society as Building Blocks. In Palma-Ruiz, J. M., Saiz-Álvarez, J., & Herrero-Crespo, Á. (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Smart Territories [...]

Are There Really Differences Between Social and Commercial Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries?: An Institutional Approach (Chapter 17)

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Handbook of Research on Smart Territories and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for Social Innovation and Sustainable Growth Cited as: Hidalgo, L. F., Rialp, J., & Urbano, D. (2020). Are There Really Differences Between Social and Commercial Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries?: An Institutional Approach. In Palma-Ruiz, J. M., Saiz-Álvarez, J., & Herrero-Crespo, Á. [...]

Social Entrepreneur Toolkit – Building Capacity for Social Entrepreneurship Support Organisations

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Buying for Social Impact: good practice from around the EU

Details Year: 2019 Published in: ... Cited as: ... Subject This report looks at how social aspects of the new EU Publc Procurement Directive (2014/14/!U) were transposed at national level, identified good practices on socially-responsible public procurement (SRPP), and mapped the capacity of social economy enterprises to access markets. Abstract Paywall Visit the journal website [...]

Social enterprise, social innovation and self-directed care: lessons from Scotland

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Henderson, F., K. Hall, A. Mutongi and G. Whittam (2019). "Social enterprise, social innovation and self-directed care: lessons from Scotland." Social Enterprise Journal 15(4): 438-456. Abstract This study aims to explore the opportunities and challenges Self-directed Support policy has presented to Scottish social enterprises, thereby [...]

Design Thinking and Social Enterprises: A Solution‐Focused Strategy for Social Enterprise Research

Details Year: 2019 Published in: European Management Review 16.3 (2019): 799-813. Cited as: Agafonow, Alejandro. "Design Thinking and Social Enterprises: A Solution‐Focused Strategy for Social Enterprise Research." European Management Review 16.3 (2019): 799-813. Abstract Had we had the vantage point of centuries of experimentation with social enterprises, separating the wheat (i.e., successful social enterprises) from [...]

Barriers to Social Enterprise Growth

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Small Business Management 57.4 (2019): 1616-1636. Cited as: Davies, Iain Andrew, Helen Haugh, and Liudmila Chambers. "Barriers to social enterprise growth." Journal of Small Business Management 57.4 (2019): 1616-1636. Abstract This study investigates barriers to social enterprise growth. The research employs qualitative case study data gathered from young [...]

How community-based social enterprises struggle with representation and accountability

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Kleinhans, R., N. Bailey and J. Lindbergh (2019). "How community-based social enterprises struggle with representation and accountability." Social Enterprise Journal 16(1): 60-81. Abstract Community-based social enterprises (CBSEs), a spatially defined subset of social enterprise, are independent, not-for-profit organisations managed by community members and committed to [...]

The Scientometrics of Social Entrepreneurship and Its Establishment as an Academic Field

Details Year: 2018 Published in: Journal of Small Business Management, 56: 251-273. Cited as: Sassmannshausen, S. P., & Volkmann, C. 2018. The scientometrics of social entrepreneurship and its establishment as an academic field. Journal of Small Business Management, 56: 251-273. Abstract This paper provides an overview of the state of art of research on social [...]

How Social Entrepreneurs Zig-Zag Their Way to Impact at Scale

Details Year: 2019 Published in: California Management Review Cited as: Rangan, V. K., & Gregg, T. (2019). How Social Entrepreneurs Zig-Zag Their Way to Impact at Scale. California Management Review, 62(1), 53–76. https://doi.org/10.1177/0008125619876903 Abstract This article provides guidance to social entrepreneurs and their funders as they seek to advance the enterprise from startup to scale. [...]

Social enterprises’ impact on older people’s health and wellbeing: exploring Scottish experiences

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Health Promotion International Cited as: Fiona Henderson, Artur Steiner, Micaela Mazzei, Catherine Docherty, Social enterprises’ impact on older people’s health and wellbeing: exploring Scottish experiences, Health Promotion International, , daz102, https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/daz102 Abstract The global aging demographic is putting pressure on state-delivered health and social care services. As the austerity agenda [...]

Action research and participatory democracy in social enterprise

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Gleerup, J., L. Hulgaard and S. Teasdale (2019). "Action research and participatory democracy in social enterprise." Social Enterprise Journal 16(1): 46-59. Abstract The purpose of this paper is to introduce the reader to the Nordic tradition of Critical Utopian Action Research (CUAR) and to demonstrate [...]

Transforming Good Intentions into Social Impact: A Case on the Creation and Evolution of a Social Enterprise

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 159 Cited as: Fowler, Elizabeth AR, Betty S. Coffey, and Heather R. Dixon-Fowler. "Transforming good intentions into social impact: A case on the creation and evolution of a social enterprise." Journal of Business Ethics 159.3 (2019): 665-678. Abstract Process models are valuable conceptual tools to [...]

Rural social enterprise – Evidence to date, and a research agenda

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Rural social enterprise – Evidence to date, and a research agenda Cited as: Steiner, A., J. Farmer and G. Bosworth (2019). "Rural social enterprise – Evidence to date, and a research agenda." Journal of Rural Studies 70: 139-143. Abstract Text here... Paywall Visit the journal website to see access options [...]

Is social entrepreneurship a panacea for sustainable enterprise development?

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Lahore: Johar Education Society, Pakistan (JESPK), 2019 Cited as: Javed, Asad; Yasir, Muhammad; Majid, Abdul (2019) : Is social entrepreneurship a panacea for sustainable enterprise development?, Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences (PJCSS), ISSN 2309-8619, Johar Education Society, Pakistan (JESPK), Lahore, Vol. 13, Iss. 1, pp. 1-29 Abstract The [...]

Social enterprise and market orientation: roles and relationships for the management of sustainable supply chains

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Sinergie: Italian Journal of Management Cited as: Gigliotti, M., A. Picciotti and A. Runfola (2019). "Social enterprise and market orientation: roles and relationships for the management of sustainable supply chains." Sinergie Italian Journal of Management 37(2): 167-191. Abstract "This article explores the management of sustainable supply chains by social enterprises [...]

Motivational Model of Social Entrepreneurship: Exploring the Shaping of Engagement of Social Entrepreneur

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Methodological Issues in Social Entrepreneurship Knowledge and Practice Cited as: Bhushan B. (2020) Motivational Model of Social Entrepreneurship: Exploring the Shaping of Engagement of Social Entrepreneur. In: Majumdar S., Reji E. (eds) Methodological Issues in Social Entrepreneurship Knowledge and Practice. Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics. Springer, Singapore Abstract Value [...]

Social Entrepreneur Alliance: Collaborating to Co-create Shared Value

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Methodological Issues in Social Entrepreneurship Knowledge and Practice Cited as: Barnabas N., Ravikumar M.V., Narasimhan R. (2020) Social Entrepreneur Alliance: Collaborating to Co-create Shared Value. In: Majumdar S., Reji E. (eds) Methodological Issues in Social Entrepreneurship Knowledge and Practice. Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics. Springer, Singapore The purpose of [...]

Why social enterprises pursue growth? Analysis of threats and opportunities

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Tykkyläinen, S. (2019). "Why social enterprises pursue growth? Analysis of threats and opportunities." Social Enterprise Journal 15(3): 376-396. Abstract The purpose of this study is to extend theoretical understanding on social enterprises’ growth orientation. Inspiration is drawn from the fundamentals of prospect theory and threat-rigidity [...]

Societal Ethics and Social Entrepreneurship: A Cross-Cultural Comparison

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Cross-Cultural Research, 54(2-3), 180-208, Cited as: Pathak, S., & Muralidharan, E. (2020). Societal Ethics and Social Entrepreneurship: A Cross-Cultural Comparison. Cross-Cultural Research, 54(2–3), 180–208. Abstract Using multilevel modeling and data from 26 countries that include 93,439 individual-level responses on social entrepreneurship for the year 2015, we seek to understand how [...]

Unlocking the potential of rural social enterprise

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Rural Studies, Volume 70, August 2019, Pages 144-154 Cited as: Steiner, Artur, and Simon Teasdale. "Unlocking the potential of rural social enterprise." Journal of rural studies 70 (2019): 144-154. Abstract In this paper, we argue that social enterprise could represent a means of tackling rural challenges of providing [...]

Social enterprise and community resilience: Examining a Greek response to turbulent times

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Rural Studies, Volume 70, August 2019, Pages 215-224 Cited as: Apostolopoulos, Nikolaos, Robert Newbery, and Menelaos Gkartzios. "Social enterprise and community resilience: Examining a Greek response to turbulent times." Journal of Rural studies 70 (2019): 215-224. Abstract Using community resilience and institutional entrepreneurship as conceptual lens, the paper [...]

The Contribution of the Social Enterprise Sector to the UK Economy

Details Year: 2019 Published in: European Journal of Business and Management, Cited as: Kah, S. (2019). "The Contribution of the Social Enterprise Sector to the UK Economy." development 11(20). Abstract Social enterprises contribute significantly to the UK economy. Yet, their collective contributions are a hidden feat. This paper presents the development, scale and scope of [...]

Impact Investing Strategy: Managing Conflicts between Impact Investor and Investee Social Enterprise

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Sustainability Cited as: Agrawal, A. and K. Hockerts (2019). "Impact Investing Strategy: Managing Conflicts between Impact Investor and Investee Social Enterprise." Sustainability 11(15): 4117. Abstract Impact investing pursues the dual goals of creating socio-economic value for themarginalized, and ensuring net positive financial returns. Impact investing firms achieve their goals through [...]

An Organizational Approach to Understanding How Social Enterprises Address Health Inequities: A Scoping Review

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Suchowerska, R., J. Barraket, J. Qian, C. Mason, J. Farmer, G. Carey, P. Campbell and A. Joyce (2019). "An Organizational Approach to Understanding How Social Enterprises Address Health Inequities: A Scoping Review." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship: 1-25. Abstract Researchers are turning greater attention to [...]

Exploring the terrain of social entrepreneurship: new directions, paths less travelled

Details Year: 2019 Published in: A research agenda for social entrepreneurship Cited as: de Bruin, Anne, and Simon Teasdale. "Exploring the terrain of social entrepreneurship: new directions, paths less travelled." A Research Agenda for Social Entrepreneurship. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019. Abstract The field of social entrepreneurship (SE) is reaching maturity (Sassmannshausen and Volkmann 2018). However, [...]

Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of Norway

Details Year: 2018 Intermediary Org: European Commission Subject This fiche is part of the study “Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe” and it provides an overview of the social enterprise landscape in Norway based on available information as of December 2018. Abstract Membership-based voluntary organisations contributed significantly to the creation of public welfare during [...]

Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of Iceland

Subject This fiche is part of the study “Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe” and it provides an overview of the social enterprise landscape in Iceland based on available information as of May 2018. Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2016 Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of Iceland 1 file(s) [...]

Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of Poland

Subject Polish social enterprises have their roots in voluntary engagement and cooperative movements dating long before the Second World War. These traditions survived despite the communist regime and then revived in the democratic revolution after the breakthrough of 1989, enabling associations and foundations to bloom in the following years. More recently, Poland’s entry to the [...]

Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of France

Subject Although France has been a pioneer in the development of the concept of ‘social economy’, the term ‘social enterprise’ is less frequently used than in some other European countries. Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2016 Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of France 1 file(s) 962.20 KB Download Extract... The limited [...]

Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of Spain

Subject The evolution and situation of social enterprises in Spain are inevitably linked to the wider framework of the social economy. Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2016 Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of Spain 1 file(s) 1.19 MB Download Extract... Although other marginal roots also exist in relation to advocacy associations, [...]

Social enterprises and their eco-systems: developments in Europe

Subject All over Europe, organisations that can be defined as social enterprises have grown into an increasingly important entrepreneurial dynamic over the past few decades. Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2016 Social enterprises and their eco-systems: developments in Europe 1 file(s) 869.76 KB Download Extract... However, in spite of the wide use of the term [...]

Still standing for good – opportunities and challenges for Europe’s third sector leaders

Subject The European Commission itself has indicated its support for the role of third sector organisations as partners in the implementation of the Europe 2020 Strategy and all its seven flagship initiatives. The Commission recognises a lack of entrepreneurial skills in the third sector – a point to which EU3leader will respond directly. Details Intermediary [...]

Learning to lead III – The patchwork of leadership development for Europe’s third sector

Subject The present report outlines what we know about leadership development across Europe. It tests the hypothesis at the heart of our project that there is space for a leadership framework for the third sector. It takes the form of a report of the results of a survey of sector experts across Europe – broadly [...]

Policy brief on social impact measurement for social enterprises

Subject Social impact measurement aims to assess the social value and impact produced by the activities or operations of any for-profit or non-profit organisation. Details Intermediary Org: EU Funded Policy brief on social impact measurement for social enterpirses 1 file(s) 704.50 KB Download Extract... Key Messages Social enterprises may be requested to measure their social [...]

Europe’s next leaders: the Start-up and Scale-up Initiative

Subject Communication from the commission to the European parliament, the council, the European economic and social committee and the committee of the regions europe's next leaders: the start-up and scale-up initiative Details Intermediary Org: EU Funded Europe's next leaders: the Start-up and Scale-up Initiative 1 file(s) 423.65 KB Download Extract... High-growth firms create many more [...]

CONSIDER Video

Subject A quick video summarising the key findings of CONSIDER: tips to involve CSOs and SEs in academic research. Details Intermediary Org: Euclid Network Year: 2015 CONSIDER Video 1 file(s) 13.73 MB Download

Guidelines on involving representatives from Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in research

Subject A series of guidelines for CSOs & SEs and other actors on how to include CSOs & Ses in academic research. Details Intermediary Org: ... Year: ... Guidelines on involving representatives from Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in research 1 file(s) 1.88 MB Download Extract... Text here...

Social investment – strategic options for Portugal

Subject Report on social impact investing in Portugal Details Intermediary Org: Alliance for Social Impact Investing Year:2014 Social investment - strategic options for Portugal 1 file(s) 1.52 MB Download Extract... Since 2006 the French and United Kingdom markets for Social Enterprises have grown dramatically, completely changing the social sector landscape. It now operates in a [...]

What’s the European Semester?

Subject Synthetic presentation of what is the European Semester, the cycle of economic and fiscal policy coordination within the EU. Details Author: European Union (EU) Year: 2015 What's the European Semester? 1 file(s) 1.06 MB Download Extract... The Europe 2020 growth strategy –why, what and how? Why? Global economic crisis Long-term challenges Necessity of structural [...]

What will SE look like in 2020

Subject Report on the future of SE in Europe in 2020 Details Intermediary Org: British Council Year: 2014 What will SE look like in 2020 1 file(s) 230.28 KB Download Extract... It is 2013 and social enterprise has become a small but integral part of the world’s economy. Its influence and impact grows year by [...]

Webinar 19/12/2017: A Recipe Book for Social Finance

Subject A webinar to go deeper in understanding the EU agenda in the SF field and the guide. Details Intermediary organisation: Euclid Network Year: 2017 Webinar 19/12/2017: A Recipe Book for Social Finance 1 file(s) 44.22 MB Download Related Document By Mish In EU Policy, Social FinancePosted July 23, 2019A recipe book for social finance [...]

A recipe book for social finance

Subject A practical guide on designing and implementing initiatives to develop social finance instruments and markets. Details Author: European Union (EU) Year: 2016 A recipe book for social finance 1 file(s) 4.62 MB Download Extract... This guide is intended to facilitate access to social finance by encouraging investors to provide suitable supply or build capacity [...]

Political statement national SE networks

Subject Policy recommendations to the European Union Details Intermediary Org: Euclid Network Year: 2019 Political statement national SE networks 1 file(s) 624kb Download Extract... Dear MEP, Congratulations on your recent election as Member of the European Parliament. As elected representatives, you are ideally positioned to be advocates for enhancing social entrepreneurship and social innovation in [...]

Social Business Initiative

Subject Description of the Social Business Initiative Details Author: European Union (EU) Year: 2011 Social business Initiative 1 file(s) 307.74 KB Download Extract... The main objective of social businesses is to generate a significant impact on society, the environment and the local community. Social enterprises contribute to smart growth by responding with social innovation to [...]

Role of Social and Solidarity Economy for People-Oriented Inclusive Growth: Focusing on decent work, social inclusion and empowerment

Details Year: 2019 Published in: UNTFSSE: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Cited as: Lee G., 2019. Role of Social and Solidarity Economy for People-Oriented Inclusive Growth: Focusing on decent work, social inclusion and empowerment. UNTFSSE: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Subject Paper on Social [...]

Whence Paradox? Framing Away the Potential Challenges of Doing Well by Doing Good in Social Enterprise Organizations

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Organization Studies Cited as: Child, C. (2019). "Whence Paradox? Framing Away the Potential Challenges of Doing Well by Doing Good in Social Enterprise Organizations." Organization Studies 41(8): 1147-1167. Abstract Scholars and critics tend to regard social enterprise as a paradoxical organizational form. And yet those who are closest to the [...]

Netherlands Funding Toolkit

Subject A funding toolkit website for SE(SO)'s in the Netherlands. Explains what funding opportunities are available in NL Details Intermediary Org : Social Enterprise NL Year: 2017 Netherlands Funding Toolkit 1 file(s) 0.00 KB Download

France Funding Toolkit

Subject A funding toolkit for SE (SO)'s in France. Explains what funding opportunities are available in France Details Intermediary Organisations: Avise Year: 2019 France Funding Toolkit - pdf 1 file(s) 484.73 KB Download Extract... Map of the main financing offers dedicated to the emergence and acceleration of social economy organisations...

EU Funding Toolkit for SE(SO)’s

Subject A funding toolkit for SE support organisations. Explains what the EU is doing to support the SE finance market, especially social entrepreneurs – and how to access EU funding. Details Year: 2019 Intermediary: Euclid Network EU Funding Toolkit for SE(SO)'s 1 file(s) 1.39 MB Download Extract... In 2017, there were 2.8 million social enterprises [...]

COOL Music: a ‘bottom-up’ music intervention for hard-to-reach young people in Scotland

Details Year: 2019 Published in: British Journal of Music Education Cited as: Millar, S., Steiner, A., Caló, F., & Teasdale, S. (2020). COOL Music: A ‘bottom-up’ music intervention for hard-to-reach young people in Scotland. British Journal of Music Education, 37(1), 87-98. doi:10.1017/S0265051719000226 Abstract Community Orientated and Opportunity Learning (COOL) Music was a 12-month collaborative project [...]

Social enterprise marketing: review of literature and future research agenda

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Marketing Intelligence & Planning Cited as: Bandyopadhyay, C. and S. Ray (2019). "Social enterprise marketing: review of literature and future research agenda." Marketing Intelligence & Planning 38(1): 121-135. Abstract The purpose of this paper is to review existing literature on marketing in social enterprises (SEs). It identifies major trends and [...]

Social enterprises and the social economy going forward

Subject Exec summary & recommendations. A call for action from the Commission Expert Group on Social Entrepreneurship (GECES) Details Author: European Commission Intermediary org: Expert Group on Social Economy and Social Enterprise Year: 2016 Social enterprises and the social economy going forward 1 file(s) 185.65 KB Download Extract... The social economy and social enterprises represent [...]

Social Entrepreneurship: Evolutions, Characteristics, values and motivations

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Annals of the University of Oradea: Economic Science, 28, 2019, 1, p. 63-71 Cited as: Miculaicius (Holovcsuk) Angelica, 2019. "Social Entrepreneurship: Evolutions, Characteristics, Values And Motivations," Annals of Faculty of Economics, University of Oradea, Faculty of Economics, vol. 1(1), pages 63-71, July. Abstract Social entrepreneurship has known a constant evolution [...]

Virtual social enterprise: modeling sustainability of an enterprise by digital intervention

Details Year: 2019 Published in: World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development Cited as: Javed, A. and M. Yasir (2019). "Virtual social enterprise: modeling sustainability of an enterprise by digital intervention." World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development 15(2): 182-196. Abstract Social enterprises (SEs) have emerged as a tool to sustainable development. SEs [...]

Tools for local development: multi-level governance for a solidarity-based economy in Italy and France

Details Year: 2019 Published in: UNTFSSE: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Cited as: Guarascio C., 2019. Tools for Local Development: Multi-level Governance for a Solidarity-based Economy in Italy and France. UNTFSSE: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Subject Two case studies (Italy and [...]

The UN 2030 Agenda and Social and Solidarity Economy: Toward a Structural Change?

Details Year: 2019 Published in: UNTFSSE: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Cited as: Salustri A., 2019. The UN 2030 Agenda and Social and Solidarity Economy: Toward a Structural Change? UNTFSSE: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Subject Research on the role of [...]

Pathways to Sustainability in Social and Solidarity Economy Organisations: Lessons Learned from Local Change Processes towards the Sustainable Development Goals

Details Year: 2019 Published in: UNTFSSE: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Cited as: Lafferty S. & Place C., 2019. Pathways to Sustainability in Social and Solidarity Economy Organisations: Lessons Learned from Local Change Processes towards the Sustainable Development Goals. Subject This study explores the experience of two SSE [...]

Unpacking the organisational diversity within the collaborative economy: The contribution of an analytical framework from social enterprise theory

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Ecological Economics Cited as: Lambert, L., T. Dedeurwaerdere, M. Nyssens, E. Severi and O. Brolis (2019). "Unpacking the organisational diversity within the collaborative economy: The contribution of an analytical framework from social enterprise theory." Ecological Economics 164: 106343. Abstract The field of the collaborative economy is characterized by a wide [...]

Exploring the social innovation process in a large market based social enterprise: A dynamic capabilities approach

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Management Decision, Vol. 57 No. 6, pp. 1399-1414. Cited as: Vézina, M., Ben Selma, M. and Malo, M.C. (2019), "Exploring the social innovation process in a large market based social enterprise: A dynamic capabilities approach", Management Decision, Vol. 57 No. 6, pp. 1399-1414. Abstract Purpose The purpose of this paper [...]

How to Encourage Social Entrepreneurship Action? Using Web 2.0 Technologies in Higher Education Institutions

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Business Ethics volume 161, pages329–350(2020) Cited as: García-Morales, V.J., Martín-Rojas, R. & Garde-Sánchez, R. How to Encourage Social Entrepreneurship Action? Using Web 2.0 Technologies in Higher Education Institutions. J Bus Ethics 161, 329–350 (2020). Abstract University students will be our future business leaders, and will have to address [...]

What Causes Social Entrepreneurship? Emancipation as an Explanatory Framework

Details Year: 2019 Published in: SSRN Electronic Journal Cited as: Sena, Santiago and Pasquini, Ricardo, What Causes Social Entrepreneurship? Emancipation as an Explanatory Framework (June 6, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3400084 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3400084 Abstract What causes the emergence of social entrepreneurship at a societal level? This paper proposes that emancipatory theory (Welzel, 2013) provides an [...]

A Viewpoint on Research for Social Business Entrepreneurship

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Public Administration Review Cited as: Desai, S. and Tyler, J.E., III (2020), A Viewpoint on Research for Social Business Entrepreneurship. Public Admin Rev, 80: 506-510. doi:10.1111/puar.13054 Abstract This Viewpoint essay outlines key considerations for research on entrepreneurship, and for social business entrepreneurship specifically, considering the wide range of forms and [...]

Entrepreneurial marketing: the missing link in social enterprise studies

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research Cited as: Asgari Ghods, M. (2019). "Entrepreneurial marketing: the missing link in social enterprise studies." Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research 9(1): 39. Abstract In spite of the recurrent emphasis on the importance of social enterprise (SEs) in the entrepreneurship literature, there has never been a [...]

Research models for financing social business: theory and practice

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Heliyon Cited as: Akbulaev, N., Y. Aliyev and T. Ahmadov (2019). "Research models for financing social business: theory and practice." Heliyon 5(5): e01599. Subject Text here... Abstract In the establishment of social enterprises with further functioning, there exists the problem of accessing investments. Therefore, theoretical and managerial aspects of the [...]

Delving into social entrepreneurship in universities: is it legitimate yet?

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Regional Studies, Regional Science, 6, 2019, 1, p. 217-232 Cited as: Ridvan Cinar (2019) Delving into social entrepreneurship in universities: is it legitimate yet?, Regional Studies, Regional Science, 6:1, 217-232 Abstract Universities have recently been pressurized to go beyond their economic conceptualization of third-mission activities and contribute to solving grand [...]

Local entrepreneurship and social services in Romania. Territorial analysis

Details Year: 2019 Published in: European Research on Management and Business Economics, 25, 2019, 2, p. 79-86 Cited as: Luminiţa Chivu (2019), Local entrepreneurship and social services in Romania. Territorial analysis, European Research on Management and Business Economics, Volume 25, Issue 2, pages 79-86 Abstract The density and typology of existing social services in a [...]

Needs Assessment of Social Enterprise Support Organisations – Morocco

Country: Morocco

Authors: O. Benhlima, M. Kabbaj & S.I. Boutaybi

Individual Social Entrepreneurship Orientation towards Development of Measurement Scale

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Asia Pacific journal of innovation and entrepreneurship ; 13(2019), 1, p 49-72 Cited as: Satar, M.S. and Natasha, S. (2019), "Individual social entrepreneurship orientation: towards development of a measurement scale", Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Vol. 13 No. 1, pp. 49-72. https://doi.org/10.1108/APJIE-09-2018-0052 Abstract While the literature has described [...]

Needs Assessment Report of Social Enterprises and Social Enterprise Support Organizations in the MENA Region – Egypt

Country: Egypt

Authors: H.F. Hassanein, A.M. Khairat & M.A. Waeih

The social side of international business policy mapping social entrepreneurship in South Africa

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of International Business Policy, p 1-8 Cited as: Barnard, H. From the editor: The social side of international business policy – mapping social entrepreneurship in South Africa. J Int Bus Policy 2, 1–8 (2019). Abstract A project on social enterprises in South Africa yielded two key insights for international [...]

Social enterprise and the capability approach: exploring how social enterprises are humanizing business

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing Cited as: Weaver, R. L. (2019). "Social Enterprise and the Capability Approach: Exploring How Social Enterprises Are Humanizing Business." Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing: 1-26. Abstract This mixed-method empirical study applies the capability approach, a multidimensional framework for evaluating human development, [...]

Social innovations around labour questions in social enterprises – Historical perspective from case studies in Picardy

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Marché et Organisations Cited as: Celle, Sylvain. « Les innovations sociales autour du travail dans les entreprises de l’ESS – un éclairage historique à partir d’études de cas en Picardie », Marché et organisations, vol. 36, no. 3, 2019, pp. 39-60. Abstract Français L’innovation sociale est une catégorie qui a [...]

Social Entrepreneurship: Objectives, Innovation, Implementation and Impact on Entrepreneurship

Details Year: 2019 Published in: SSRN Electronic Journal Cited as: Mthembu, Anele and Brian Barnard. “Social Entrepreneurship: Objectives, Innovation, Implementation and Impact on Entrepreneurship.” Development Economics: Macroeconomic Issues in Developing Economies eJournal (2019): n. pag. Abstract The study examines social entrepreneurship from the perspective of: objective and philosophy (why social entrepreneurs are social entrepreneurs), opportunity [...]

Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of Hungary

Subject This report is part of the study “Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe” and it provides an overview of the social enterprise landscape in Hungary based on available information as of February 2019. Details Intermediary Org: European Commission Year: 2019 Social enterprise and their eco-system: A European mapping report of Hungary 1 file(s) [...]

Crowdfunding and Social Entrepreneurship: Spotlight on Intermediaries

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Sustainability, 11, 2019, 4, p. 1175 Cited as: Rey-Martí, A.; Mohedano-Suanes, A.; Simón-Moya, V. Crowdfunding and Social Entrepreneurship: Spotlight on Intermediaries. Sustainability 2019, 11, 1175. Abstract This study contributes to the literature by describing how crowdfunding platforms that host social entrepreneurship projects build and preserve legitimacy. We study three intermediaries, [...]

Founder’s background as a catalyst for social entrepreneurship

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Nonprofit Management and Leadership Cited as: Yitzhak Dahan (2020), Strategy, local sociology, political philosophy: Analysis of strategy of Non‐Governmental Organizations under radical intellectual leadership, Nonprofit Management and Leadership Abstract Social entrepreneurship has a long history of practice worldwide. However, the concept has become widely popular among researchers over the last [...]

Social innovation & social entrepreneurship – conceptual insights & empirical contributions

Details Year: 2019 Published in: FG Entrepreneurship & Innovationsmanagement (EIM) – (TU Berlin) Cited as: Mostovova, E., Kratzer, J., & Ehrenhard, M L. (2019). Social innovation & social entrepreneurship: Conceptual insights & empirical contributions. Berlin: Technische Universität Berlin. Abstract The main purpose of this doctoral thesis is to improve our understanding of social innovation and [...]

Empowering communities? Exploring roles in facilitated social enterprise

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Finlayson, E. and J. Roy Michael (2019). "Empowering communities? Exploring roles in facilitated social enterprise." Social Enterprise Journal 15(1): 76-93. Abstract States and development bodies are increasingly stimulating social enterprise activity in communities as an empowering social and economic development intervention. This type of development [...]

The evolution of social entrepreneurship research: a bibliometric analysis

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Dionisio, M. (2019). "The evolution of social entrepreneurship research: a bibliometric analysis." Social Enterprise Journal 15(1): 22-45. Abstract The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of research on social entrepreneurship through a bibliometric study and the use of Gartner’s (1985) framework to [...]

An updated quantitative analysis of Kerlin’s macro-institutional social enterprise framework

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Coskun Muhammet, E., T. Monroe-White and J. Kerlin (2019). "An updated quantitative analysis of Kerlin’s macro-institutional social enterprise framework." Social Enterprise Journal 15(1): 111-130. Abstract This paper aims to improve upon the initial quantitative assessment of Kerlin’s macro-institutional social enterprise (MISE) framework (Monroe-White et al., [...]

Reflections on 25 years of building social enterprise education

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Social Enterprise Journal Cited as: Austin, J. and V. K. Rangan (2019). "Reflections on 25 years of building social enterprise education." Social Enterprise Journal 15(1): 2-21. Subject Text here... Abstract This paper aims to reflect on 25 years of the social enterprise initiative at the Harvard Business School, examining the [...]

The Bright Side of Hybridity: Exploring How Social Enterprises Manage and Leverage Their Hybrid Nature

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Business Ethics 159(4):1-5 Cited as: Mongelli, L., Rullani, F., Ramus, T. et al. The Bright Side of Hybridity: Exploring How Social Enterprises Manage and Leverage Their Hybrid Nature. J Bus Ethics 159, 301–305 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-018-4050-8 Abstract The study suggests that, under certain conditions, the involvement of a social [...]

Scaling up social innovation for sustainability: The roles of social enterprise capabilities

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Management Science Letters 9.3 (2019): 457-466. Cited as: Zainol, N., et al. "Scaling up social innovation for sustainability: The roles of social enterprise capabilities." Management Science Letters 9.3 (2019): 457-466. Abstract The scaling of social innovation is an important issue in social enterprises for sustainability. The scenario is due to [...]

The Case for a Socially Oriented Business Model Canvas: The Social Enterprise Model Canvas

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Social Entrepreneurship Cited as: Sparviero, S. (2019). "The Case for a Socially Oriented Business Model Canvas: The Social Enterprise Model Canvas." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 10(2): 232-251. Subject Text here... Abstract The main purpose of this article is to introduce the Social Enterprise Model Canvas (SEMC), a Business [...]

Filling a void? The role of social enterprise in addressing social isolation and loneliness in rural communities

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Rural Studies Cited as: Kelly, D., A. Steiner, M. Mazzei and R. Baker (2019). "Filling a void? The role of social enterprise in addressing social isolation and loneliness in rural communities." Journal of Rural Studies 70: 225-236. Abstract Social isolation and loneliness has been classed as a major [...]

Towards an Appreciation of Ethics in Social Enterprise Business Models

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Journal of Business Ethics volume 159, pages619–634(2019) Cited as: Bull, Mike, and Rory Ridley-Duff. "Towards an appreciation of ethics in social enterprise business models." Journal of Business Ethics 159.3 (2019): 619-634. Abstract How can a critical analysis of entrepreneurial intention inform an appreciation of ethics in social enterprise business models? [...]

Boosting social entrepreneurship and social enterprise development in the Netherlands : In-depth policy review

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Paris: OECD Publishing Cited as: Aisenberg, L., et al. (2019), "Boosting social entrepreneurship and social enterprise development in the Netherlands: In-depth policy review", OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Papers, No. 2019/01, OECD Publishing, Paris Abstract In-depth policy review| This report provides an in-depth analysis of the Dutch policy [...]

Neoliberal governing through social enterprise: exploring the neglected roles of deviance and ignorance in public value creation

Details Year: 2019 Published in: Public Administration Cited as: Teasdale, S. and P. Dey (2019). "Neoliberal governing through social enterprise: Exploring the neglected roles of deviance and ignorance in public value cr