Category:Enterprise and Innovation
Table of contents
To present a practitioner’s view on the experiences of the HELP Foundation, Pakistan, in finding practicable ways of helping poor people to escape the poverty trap through…
To devise a human resource management (HRM) approach capable of application to the management of employees in social enterprises.
Recent reforms to corporate legal structures for social enterprise in the UK: opportunity or confusion?Ian Snaith
To study the legal underpinnings of the definition of social enterprise in the context of the problems with the corporate legal structures available in the UK in the late…
Social return on investment and social enterprise: transparent accountability for sustainable developmentNeil Rotheroe, Adam Richards
To apply the social return on investment (SROI) concept to a case study based on the Furniture Resource Centre Group (FRC Group), a social enterprise based in Liverpool…
To investigate the higher‐level skills needs and learning provisions for small medium social enterprises (SMSEs) in Northwest England in order to support strategies for…
To identify the factors influencing the success or failure of voluntary organizations to utilize social enterprise models to achieve financial and/or social objectives.
“They have God on their side”: the impact of public sector attitudes on the development of social enterpriseTony Chapman, Deborah Forbes, Judith Brown
To study the reasons why UK social enterprises are not yet fulfilling their potential due to the lack of support and trust on the part of key decision makers.
To study the relationship between organization structure and socio‐economic impact in the Welsh music industry and the potential role of social enterprises.
To investigate the application of the social enterprise model to the childcare sector in Scotland and develop a practical model for analysing such social enterprises.
Online date, start – end:2005
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Prof Michael Roy