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Understanding Social Enterprise
Theory and Practice

Third Edition
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512 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This updated edition of Understanding Social Enterprise comes packed with a wealth of learning features to help students understand the theory and practice within this ever expanding field.

Updates to this edition include:

  • New case studies and examples throughout
  • Considerations of new developments in policy, the economy and legal implications of social enterprise
  • A focus on the pathways that social enterprise follow

 
Part I: Theoretical Perspectives on Social Enterprise
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 1: The Social Solidarity Economy: Coming of Age?
 
Chapter 2: Defining Social Enterprise
 
Chapter 3: The Politics of Social Enterprise
 
Part II: Sustainable Enterprises and Communities
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 4: Social Accounting: Values, Outcomes and Impacts
 
Chapter 5: Income Streams and Capital
 
Chapter 6: Social Investment and Crowd Financing
 
Chapter 7: Social and Ethical Capital
 
Part III: The Practice of Social Enterprise
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 8: Strategic Management and Planning
 
Chapter 9: Management Ideologies
 
Chapter 10: Leadership: Social Entrepreneurship, Ecopreneurship and Socio-ecopreneurship
 
Chapter 11: Identities and Legalities
 
Chapter 12: Governance and Human Relations
 
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Key features

  • New case studies and examples throughout
  • Considerations of new developments in policy, the economy and legal implications of social enterprise
  • Focuses on the distinct pathways that social enterprises follow, critiquing the competencies and practices that contribute to a successful social economy.
  • Contains updated coverage on sector issues, including the recent development of the social investment industry
  • Explores how private, voluntary and public sector agencies engage the social economy, and how distinctive new forms have emerged from it.
  • Examines the management of social enterprises in different contexts within the social economy.
  • Contains updated coverage of international issues informed by global studies of the social economies.
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