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AbstractThis paper proposes an analytical framework for understanding the inhibiting factors in scaling the social impact of social entrepreneurial organizations (SEOs). The framework distinguishes the relevant actors on different levels (leaders, organization, ecosystem) and suggests...
AbstractThis paper seeks to improve the understanding of social entrepreneurship models based on empirical evidence from Mexico, where social entrepreneurship is currently booming. It aims to supplement existing typologies of social entrepreneurship models. To that end, building on typology it...
AbstractA novel account of social enterprises is presented by explaining that they are technologies. This perspective leads to an understanding that social enterprises evolve in two different ways. First, individual social enterprises are subject to a non-Darwinian, ‘combinatorial’ evolution....
AbstractThe research discussed in this paper analyses a successful community-based enterprise (CBE) project located in a Welsh market town by means of a qualitative case study. The primary aim of the research was to explore the enterprise creation process and, as a structuring device, it makes...
AbstractThis paper examines the social capital of social enterprise and the opportunities it presents for collaboration and sustainability. Incorporating a mixed methods approach the study included a sample of 93 leaders from a cross-section of social enterprises in Australia and Scotland. The...
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