Social Enterprise Journal: Volume 11 Issue 3


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Can social enterprises remain sustainable and mission-focused? Applying resiliency theory

Dennis R. Young, Choony Kim

The purpose of this paper is to adapt concepts from resiliency theory to understand the conditions under which social enterprises may remain true to form and purpose or…


The Social Entrepreneurial Antecedents Scale (SEAS): a validation study

Kai Hockerts

This paper aims to develop and validate measures of four constructs that have often been identified as antecedents of social entrepreneurial behavior: empathy with…


The social enterprise as a space of well-being: an exploratory case study

Sarah-Anne Munoz, Jane Farmer, Rachel Winterton, Jo Barraket

The purpose of this paper is to present an Australian case study and to explore how social enterprises may be conceptualised as spaces of well-being, that is the ways in…


Social enterprise and neoinstitutional theory: An evaluation of the organizational logics of SE in the UK

Steven Pinch, Peter Sunley

The purpose of this paper is to argue that neoinstitutional theory can provide insights into the conflicts between social ends and economic means within social enterprises…

Designing a social enterprise: Organization configuration and social stakeholders’ work involvement

Barbara Imperatori, Dino Cataldo Ruta

The purpose of this study is to examine, drawing on organization studies and stakeholder theories, the organizational configuration that enables the social enterprise to…

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