Social Enterprise Journal: Volume 8 Issue 3


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The Social Enterprise Mark: a critical review of its conceptual dimensions

Rory Ridley‐Duff, Cliff Southcombe

The Social Enterprise Mark (SEM) is claimed to be the first award that guarantees to the public that an organisation is a social enterprise. To date, there has been…


Social entrepreneurship in South Africa: a different narrative for a different context

Crispen Karanda, Nuria Toledano

This paper aims to contribute to a better understanding of the phenomenon of social entrepreneurship, paying special attention to the new narratives that are emerging…


Canadian social enterprises: taking stock

Peter R. Elson, Peter V. Hall

The purpose of this research is to measure the economic and social/environmental/cultural activity of the social enterprise sector at a provincial level in Canada.


Incredible Edible – social and environmental entrepreneurship in the era of the “Big Society”

John Thompson

The purpose of this case study is to allow the exploration of social entrepreneurship, environmental improvement and volunteering in the context of the UK's declared Big…


Viability of social enterprises: the spillover effect

Stephen Ko

This paper seeks to address the questions of how and why the negative consequences emanating from a stricken social enterprise spread to other social enterprises…

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