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Mike Bull

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Universities & Institutions

  • Manchester Metropolitan University

Areas of Interest

  • Social Entreprise

Dr Mike Bull is Reader in Social  Enterprise at the Manchester Metropolitan University.

 Reading; Entrepreneurs, Business and Society; Responsible Enterprise, Sport Governance and Ownership.

Track Chair of Social, Environmental, Ethical Enterprise, Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Conference.

Currently, member of the Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE). Mike joined MMUBS in 2002,  he worked on several ERDF (European Regeneration Development Fund) and ESF (European Social Fund) projects. Prior to that researcher at MIPC (Manchester Institute for Popular Culture) in MMU within the Sociology Department.

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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 [...]

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? [...]

Reconceptualising social enterprise in the UK through an appreciation of legal identities

Details Year: 2018 Published in: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research Cited as: Bull, M. (2018), "Reconceptualising social enterprise in the UK through an appreciation of legal identities", International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, Vol. 24 No. 3, pp. 587-605. Abstract The purpose of this paper is to review current conceptualisations of social [...]