Social Enterprise Journal: Volume 7 Issue 2


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Beyond the commercial versus social entrepreneurship divide: Some lessons from English localities

Colin C. Williams, Sara Nadin

The aim of this paper is to evaluate critically the extensively used social versus commercial entrepreneurship dualism that depicts these as entirely discrete realms…


A conceptual model for social entrepreneurship directed toward social impact on society

Hao Jiao

The emerging literature on social entrepreneurship and its role in economic development and social value creation is riddled with inconsistencies, overlapping definitions…


Social enterprise: evaluation of an enterprise skills programme

Simon Denny, Richard Hazenberg, Wray Irwin, Fred Seddon

Evaluation of employment skills programmes (ESP) delivered by work integration social enterprises (WISEs) for the benefit of young people not in employment, education or…


Counting social change: outcome measures for social enterprise

Trish Ruebottom

The purpose of this paper is to identify important elements of the evaluation and definition of success in social entrepreneurship. It considers previous approaches and…


Rural transport in peripheral rural areas : The role of social enterprises in meeting the needs of rural citizens

Mary O'Shaughnessy, Enda Casey, Patrick Enright

The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of a rural‐based, social enterprise organising rural transportation to improve access to remote areas. It highlights the…

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