Social Enterprise Journal: Volume 11 Issue 2


Table of contents - Special Issue: Kerlin's Macro-Institutional Framework for Understanding Social Enterprise Country Models: A Critique and Expansion

Guest Editors: Dr Janelle A. Kerlin

The developmental state and social enterprise in South Korea: A historical institutionalism perspective

Bokgyo Jeong

This paper aims to examine the distinctiveness of South Korean social enterprises from a historical institutionalism perspective. From this perspective, the author focuses…


Understanding social enterprise model development through discursive interpretations of social enterprise policymaking in Australia (2007-2013)

Chris Mason, Jo Barraket

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the prior work on social enterprise (SE) model comparisons by exposing the difficulties in producing universally comparative…


Understanding social enterprise country models: Spain

Ramon Fisac, Ana Moreno-Romero

The purpose of this paper is to describe the historical institutional context of Spain in the past 40 years and to analyze the influence of institutional factors in the…


A quantitative critique of Kerlin’s macro-institutional social enterprise framework

Thema Monroe-White, Janelle A. Kerlin, Sandy Zook

The purpose of this paper is to provide the first large data-set regression analysis to test Kerlin’s (2013) macro-institutional social enterprise framework in relation to…


Understanding the phenomenon of Chilean social enterprises under the lens of Kerlin’s approach: Contributions and limitations

Sebastian Gatica

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the literature about the emergence of social enterprises in the world through the case of Chile by proposing the…

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