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Abstract Based on interviews with key stakeholder groups of social enterprises in Hungary, democratic practices in decision making were seen as important features of social enterprises. However, there were several comments about participatory governance’s negative effect on operational...
Abstract There has been increasing pressure in recent years for firms to pursue social and environmental impact alongside profits. In this paper, the question is raised of whether or not expectations of firms to ‘do good’ are too high. Drawing on organisational identity theory, the pursuit of...
Abstract This paper is derived from a study of the mission statements of a sample of 100 United Kingdom social enterprises. The purpose of the research was to reveal what insight such organisational artefacts provide in relation to the reconciliation of inherently dual social and financial...
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