Social Enterprise Journal: Volume 15 Issue 3


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Organizational social entrepreneurship: scale development and validation

Merie Kannampuzha, Kai Hockerts

Social entrepreneurship has become a growing field of research interest. Yet, past research has been held back by the lack of a rigorous measurement instrument. Rather…


Social return on investment: a women’s cooperative critique

Kai Roland Green

Mechanisms that measure the social impact of work integration social enterprises (WISEs) activate a dialogue between the language and principles of economics and the…

Marketing Scottish social enterprises using a label?

Indiana Bonar, Paula Sonja Karlsson

Social enterprises are competitive businesses in the marketplace, yet insubstantial research has investigated how they market their businesses. This paper aims to…

Social enterprises in quasi-markets: exploring the critical knowledge gaps

Chris Mason, Michael J. Roy, Gemma Carey

This paper aims to explore how social enterprises are treated in scholarly research on quasi-markets. In so doing, the paper aims to show that a number of critical…

Why social enterprises pursue growth? Analysis of threats and opportunities

Saila Tykkyläinen

The purpose of this study is to extend theoretical understanding on social enterprises’ growth orientation. Inspiration is drawn from the fundamentals of prospect theory…


Clustering social enterprises: an empirically validated taxonomy

Philipp Erpf, Rebecca Tekula, Julia Neuenschwander

This study aims to develop an empirically validated taxonomy. Typologies of social entrepreneurship are primarily based on conceptual considerations and case studies…

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