Social Enterprise Journal: Volume 11 Issue 1

Category:

Enterprise and Innovation

Table of contents

Social capital’s role in the development of volunteer-led cooperatives

Adam Richards, John Reed

The purpose of this study is to evaluate how social capital is developed in a third sector organisation based in the north-west of England, a small food cooperative run by…

Can marketing contribute to sustainable social enterprise?

Madeline Powell, Stephen P. Osborne

This paper aims to explore the role of marketing as a route to sustainability for social enterprises providing public services. It examines the tensions between the…

Social support for improved work integration: Perspectives from Canadian social purpose enterprises

Andrea Nga Wai Chan

This paper aims to explore the ways in which social supports can promote enduring attachments to work and improve overall well-being of disadvantaged workers, within the…

Team microfranchising as a response to the entrepreneurial capacity problem in low-income markets

Adam Camenzuli, Kevin McKague

Drawing on a qualitative study of youth microfranchising in the Tanzanian computer sales, service, and training sector, the purpose of this study is to identify the…

A hybrid approach to innovation by social enterprises: lessons from Africa

Sudheer Gupta, Stefanie Beninger, Jai Ganesh

This paper aims to provide a detailed analysis of the key capabilities needed for social enterprises to succeed in the context of extreme poverty. Facilitating growth and…

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ISSN:

1750-8614

Online date, start – end:

2005

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Michael Roy