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Shaping Social Enterprise : Understanding Institutional Context and Influence

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Shaping Social Enterprise : Understanding Institutional Context and Influence
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Shaping Social Enterprise
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Understanding Institutional Context and Influence
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'Shaping Social Enterprise' helps researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and international development actors better understand various institutional paths of social enterprise development and where institutional strengths and weaknesses may be located
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Shaping Social Enterprise : Understanding Institutional Context and Influence
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Shaping Social Enterprise : Understanding Institutional Context and Influence
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- Shaping Social Enterprise: Understanding Institutional Context and Influence -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- About the Authors -- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Chapter 1 The Macro-Institutional Social Enterprise Framework: Introduction and Theoretical Underpinnings -- Understanding Terms -- The Theory of Historical Institutionalism -- The Original MISE Framework -- From Government to Type of Economy and Entrepreneurship, Empirically -- A Side Note on Culture and Entrepreneurship -- From Government (and Economy) to Civil Society, Empirically -- From Economy and Civil Society to the Original Country Models of Social Enterprise -- Critiques of the Original MISE Framework -- A Brief Overview of the Book -- References -- Chapter 2 An Updated Quantitative Assessment of Kerlin's Macro-Institutional Social Enterprise Framework -- Introduction -- Methodology -- Data -- Dependent Variable -- Independent Variables - National-Level Data -- Civil Society -- Welfare State -- Economy -- Culture -- International Aid -- Analysis -- Informal Institutional Fixed Effects -- Formal Institutional Fixed Effects -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Limitations -- References -- Appendix -- V-Dem CSO Participatory Environment Question -- Chapter 3 South Korea: Government Directed Social Enterprise Development: Toward a New Asian Social Enterprise Country Model -- Introduction -- Social Enterprises in South Korea -- Public Policies for Social Enterprise in South Korea -- Developmental State: Its Concept and Main Discussion -- Scholarly Discussion on the Developmental State -- Developmental State, Political-Economic System and Welfare Regime -- South Korean Social Enterprises and Developmental State Model -- South Korean Social Enterprise in a Comparative Institutionalism Framework
  • Application of Comparative Institutional Social Enterprise Framework -- Implications from the South Korean Social Enterprise Case -- Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 4 China: The Diffusion of Social Enterprise Innovation: Exported and Imported International Influence -- Literature Review -- Theoretical Frameworks -- The Macro-Institutional Social Enterprise (MISE) Framework -- The Diffusion of Innovation -- Application of Theoretical Frameworks -- Culture -- Types of Government -- Civil Society Model -- Economic Stage -- International Influence -- Case Study: The Nonprofit Incubator -- From Agenda Setting to Knowledge and Information Seeking -- From Adoption to Restructuring -- Mainstreaming and Routinizing -- From Innovation to Diffusion -- Case Study: The British Council -- From Information Seeking to Decision on Adoption -- Funding and Implementation -- Confirmation -- Comparing the Case Studies -- A Country Model for Social Enterprise in China -- Discussion -- References -- Chapter 5 Romania: Fostering Social Enterprise in a Post-Transitional Context: Caught between Social Enterprise Country Models -- Welfare State Profile in CEE Countries - Overview -- Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) -- Mutual Aid Associations -- Cooperatives -- Romanian Social Enterprise Model -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 6 Spain: Understanding Social Enterprise Country Models across Time and Sub-Country Regions -- Introduction -- Overview of the Social Enterprise in Spain -- Social Enterprise Concept in Spain -- The Complexity of Mapping Spanish Social Enterprise -- Historical Development of the Field -- Application of Kerlin's Framework to the Spanish Case -- Analysis of Spain's Context, Culture, and Society -- Analysis of Spain's Government and Political Context -- Analysis of Spain's Economy -- Analysis of Spain's Civil Society
  • International Influences -- Discussion -- The National Model of Social Enterprise and Its Evolution over Time -- Regional Differences Should Be Considered to Study a National Model of Social Enterprise -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 7 Chile: The Influence of Institutional Holdovers from the Past on the Social Enterprise Country Model -- Introduction -- Social Enterprises as "Blurring" the Boundaries of Traditional Sectors of the Economy -- Use of Kerlin's Conceptual Analysis for Chile -- Two Distinctive Features of the Chilean Case under the Lens of Kerlin's Approach: The Diversity of Organizational Models of... -- Methodology and Chapter Structure -- An Institutional Analysis of the Emergent Phenomenon of Social Enterprises: A Model of Chilean Social Enterprises Based on Kerlin's Conceptual Framework -- Liberal Chilean Culture -- Government -- Transitioning to an Innovation-Driven Economy -- A Liberal Pattern for Chilean Civil Society -- An "Autonomous Diverse" Model of Social Enterprise in Chile -- The First Distinctive Feature of the Chilean Case: The Diversity of Organizational Models of Social Enterprises (the ABC Approach) -- The First Pattern of Change: The Dynamics of Convergence -- The Convergence between Associative Nonprofit Organizations and Market Approaches -- The Convergence between Businesses and a "Mission-Driven" Business Approach -- The Second Pattern of Change: The Dynamics of the Emergence and Re-emergence of Hybrid Organizations -- The Second Distinctive Feature of the Chilean Case: Profound Institutional Changes -- Analysis and Discussion -- Conclusions, Limitations, and Further Research -- References -- Chapter 8 Sweden: Tracing Social Enterprise across Different (Social) Spheres: The Interplay among Institutions, Values, and Individual Engagement -- Methodology and Outline of This Chapter
  • Social Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprises in Sweden -- The Development of a Welfare State -- A Welfare State under Transition -- The Emergence of Different Versions of Social Enterprises -- Social Enterprises Ecosystem an Interplay between Institutional Factors and Values - and a Portion of Pragmatism -- Institutional Factors -- Values and Norms -- {u2026}and a Portion of Pragmatism -- References -- Chapter 9 Zambia: Innate Resource Legacies and Social Enterprise Development: The Impact of Human Agency and Socio-Spatial Context in a Rural Setting -- Introduction -- Conceptualizing Social Issues in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa -- The Socio-Spatial Context -- Rural Social Enterprise -- Historical Institutionalism and Social Enterprise -- Human Agency -- Methodology -- Sample Frame -- Findings -- Stage 1 - Findings from Application of the MISE Framework -- Stage 2 - Findings from Primary Data Collection -- Sequence 1 - Qualitative Results -- Sequence 2 - Quantitative Survey Results -- Location of the Organization -- Dependence on Commercial Sales or Revenue -- Role of Government in a Social Enterprise -- Awareness of Civil Society -- Age -- Primary Mission -- Sequence 3 - Qualitative Case-Study Results -- How Do Social Enterprises Emerge? -- How Do Rural Social Enterprises Interact with the Spatial Context? -- Baseline Physical Capital -- Social and Community Capital -- Immaterial Capital -- Financial Capital -- Localized Social Entrepreneurial Activities -- Sourcing of Local Material and Human Resources -- Commodification by Storytelling -- Collaboration and Partnership with Local Actors -- Marketing and Sales -- Outcomes of Rural Social Enterprise -- Discussion -- MISE Framework and a Micro-Interactive Approach to Social Enterprise -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References
  • Chapter 10 Australia: Understanding Future Social Enterprise Model Development through Individual-Level Policy Discourse Analysis -- Introduction -- Literature Overview -- Macro-Level Studies of Social Enterprise -- Critique -- Embedding Discourse in Historical Institutionalism -- Method -- Appraising the Method -- Adapting the Procedure -- Findings -- Stage 1: Socioeconomic Analysis of SE in Australia -- Stage 2: Micro-Level SE Discourses in Australia -- Discussion -- The Institutional Framework for SE in Australia - Historically -- The Coordinative and Communicative Framework of SE - Discursively -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 11 Conclusion: Revising the Macro-Institutional Social Enterprise Framework -- Additional Influences on the Development of Social Enterprise -- New Insights into Social Enterprise Country Models -- New Applications of the MISE Framework -- Synthesis and the Way Forward -- References -- Index
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