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Abstract Joseph Schumpeter's and Israel Kirzner's ‘classical’ theories of entrepreneurship have contributed much to the field of entrepreneurship but have been underutilized in the emerging field of social entrepreneurship. The argument of this paper is that the utilization of Schumpeterian and...
Abstract This paper explores board decision-making in social enterprises. It argues that while dominant theoretical frameworks (agency and stakeholder theories) help to understand the challenges faced by the boards of social enterprises, they need to be complemented to account, more adequately,...
Abstract There is little to no existing research on the phenomenon of social enterprises (SEs) in Austria. To enable subsequent comparative studies, the author first traces social enterprises' conceptual underpinnings from most current research found in leading journals and subsequently creates...
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to assess whether social enterprise practices can contribute to solving financial sustainability problems for social purpose organizations. Using the illustrative case-study of the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC), and based on a financial ratio...
Abstract Venturing activities focused on social causes has been called ‘social entrepreneurship’. This paper argues that the social entrepreneurship literature largely focuses on the similarities and overlooks the fundamental differences between social and commercial entrepreneurship, making the...
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