7th EMES International Research Conference ESCP
A total of 18 papers were published in 2019 as part of the 7th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise co-organized with the EMPOWER-SE Action in Sheffield in June 2019.
The texts were selected based on the evaluation of the session chairs and this batch is composed of 18 articles including the Best Papers. The other 16 papers cover a vast area of research topics including bottom-up dialogue at the local level, participatory local governance, social innovation and policy, social and solidarity economy, empowerment, the commons; scaling up and replication; crowdfunding, resource optimization, impact investment; critical work on the notion of SE itself; as well as reflections on what factors affect the choice of structures when setting up social enterprises. Cases described as well as countries of origins of the authors include Bolivia, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Peru, Sweden, United Kingdom, etc.
All the papers listed below are ready to download:
- ESCP-7EMES-01 | Corvo, Pastore & Doronzo (Best paper)
Does collaborative orientation boost the performance of social enterprises?
- ESCP-7EMES-02 | Opincaru (Best Phd paper)
Elements of the institutionalization process of the forest and pasture commons in Romania as particular forms of social economy
- ESCP-7EMES-03 | Bassi & Fabbri
Crowdfunding: Threat or Opportunity for Social Economy? Third sector organisations and social enterprises facing the challenge of ICT funding strategies
- ESCP-7EMES-04 | Curtis
Locally Identified Solutions and Practices: a critical realist investigation into the geographies of social innovation in the context of neighbourhood policing
- ESCP-7EMES-05 | O’dor
Kite-marks, standards and privileged legal structures; artefacts of constraint disciplining structure choices
- ESCP-7EMES-06 | Hall & MacDonald
Participatory local governance and social enterprise: exploring the links between social entrepreneurial behaviour and democratic resource allocation through participatory budgeting
- ESCP-7EMES-07 | Hogenstijn
Developing dialogue bottom-up: social enterprises and local government in the Netherlands
- ESCP-7EMES-08 | Hulgaard & Nellemann
Network and partnerships in a local eco-system for Social Enterprise
- ESCP-7EMES-09 | Jimin Jeon
Text network analysis on impact investment to promote social economy in developing countries
- ESCP-7EMES-10 | Johanisova
What assumptions behind social enterprise definitions and discourses?
- ESCP-7EMES-11 | Kumpuniemi
Political practice and dimensions of solidarity economy: a case study from Cochabamba, Bolivia
- ESCP-7EMES-12 | Lopez-Valladares
How social innovation can challenge the degree of empowerment? The case of the first social enterprise empowering artisanal fishermen in Peru
- ESCP-7EMES-13 | Martin, Liouville & Mereaux
Optimisation of resources, skills and organisational capabilities in the BOP environment. Application of the “entrepreneurial bricolage” concept to the social enterprise 1001fontaines in Cambodia
- ESCP-7EMES-14 | McCulloch & Ridley-Duff
To profit or not to profit? That is the wrong question
- ESCP-7EMES-15 | Sakurai
Why did the new NPO corporations diffuse? Reason for the increasing social economy organizations in Japan
- ESCP-7EMES-16 | Pestoff
Work Environment, Governance and Service Quality in Japanese Healthcare
- ESCP-7EMES-17 | Tuckerman, Thomson & Whittam
Open Social Innovation: Knowledge commons and the openness spectrum in Scottish social enterprise
- ESCP-7EMES-18 | Kalemaki, Garefi, Kantsiou, Diego, Protopsaltis & Clare Wall
Towards a learning framework for social innovation education
- ESCP-7EMES-20 | Aguiar, Dos Santos & Mswaka
Social enterprises of urban agriculture and the resilience in cities: Belo-horizontinos and Londoners popular movements that defy the hegemony neoliberal
- ESCP-7EMES-21 | Conde
A new public policy to promote Mexico’s social economy?
7EMESconf is available to download in this link.
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