Social Enterprise Journal: Volume 12 Issue 2


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Contextualizing a social enterprise opportunity process in an emerging market

Monica Diochon, Yogesh Ghore

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to a better understanding of how a social enterprise opportunity is brought to fruition in an emerging market.


The winding road of social entrepreneurship definitions: a systematic literature review

Mary Conway Dato-on, Jerrid Kalakay

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to understanding social entrepreneurship via a systematic literature review (SLR) of the construct’s varied definitions to…


A rhetoric-orientation view of social entrepreneurship

Yanto Chandra

This paper aims to extend the understanding of the ways in which social entrepreneurs give sense to and legitimize their work by introducing a rhetoric-orientation view of…


The playground of the rich? Growing social business in the 21st century

Artur Steiner, Simon Teasdale

This paper aims to explore how nascent social businesses move beyond the incubation phase and it develops understanding of how early-stage social businesses access finance…


Re-imagining social enterprise

Alan Kay, Michael J. Roy, Cam Donaldson

This intentionally polemical paper will aim to re-examine what is meant by social enterprise and try to assert its role within the current economic system. It is well over…


Social enterprise and wellbeing in community life

Jane Farmer, Tracy De Cotta, Katharine McKinnon, Jo Barraket, Sarah-Anne Munoz, Heather Douglas, Michael J. Roy

This paper aims to explore the well-being impacts of social enterprise, beyond a social enterprise per se, in everyday community life.

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