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Theory for Social Enterprise and Pluralism : Social Movements, Solidarity Economy, and the Global South.

Author: Philippe EynaudJean-Louis LavilleLuciane dos SantosSwati BanerjeeFlor AvelinoAll authors
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2019.
Series: Routledge studies in social enterprise & social innovation.
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In the past decades, social enterprise has been an emerging field of research. Its main frameworks have been provided by Occidental approaches. Mainly based on an organizational vision, they give little or no room to questions such as gender, race, colonialism, class, power relations and intertwined forms of inequality. However, a wide range of worldwide hidden, popular initiatives can be considered as another form  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philippe Eynaud; Jean-Louis Laville; Luciane dos Santos; Swati Banerjee; Flor Avelino; Lars Hulgård
ISBN: 9780429291197 0429291191 9781000005332 100000533X 9781000012156 1000012158 9781000018677 1000018679
OCLC Number: 1102470624
Description: 1 online resource (262 pages)
Contents: Authors' BiographiesPART 1: Opening dialogue for a new conceptual frameworkCHAPTER 1: Social enterprise: is it possible to decolonise this concept? / L. Lucas dos Santos, S. BanerjeeCHAPTER 2: Rethinking social enterprise through philanthropic and democratic solidarity / J.L. Laville, P. Eynaud CHAPTER 3: A cross-disciplinary and international perspective / J. L. Laville, P. EynaudPART 2: A global approach of social enterprise CHAPTER 4: Reconfiguring the social and solidarity economy in a Danish/Nordic welfare context / L. Hulgard, L. L. AndersenCHAPTER 5: The domestic domain within a post-colonial, feminist reading of social enterprise: towards a substantive, gender-based concept of solidarity enterprise / I. Hillenkamp, L. Lucas dos SantosCHAPTER 6: Reimagining the Social Enterprise through Grassroots Social Innovations in India / S. Banerjee, A. ShabanCHAPTER 7: The reconciliation between economic and social in the notion of a social enterprise: limits and possibilities in Brazil / G. C. de Franca Filho, A. S. Rigo, W. J. de SouzaCHAPTER 8: Social enterprise between crime economy and democratic transformation in Southern Italy / E. BucoloCHAPTER 9: Why is solidarity-type social enterprise invisible in Portugal? / P. HespanhaCHAPTER 10: The transformative potential of plural social enterprise: A multi-actor perspective / F. Avelino, J. M. Wittmayer PART 3: Avenues for further researchCHAPTER 11: Deepening the theoretical and critical debate through North South dialogue / L. Hulgard, F. Avelino, P. Eynaud, J. L. Laville,Index
Series Title: Routledge studies in social enterprise & social innovation.

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In the past decades, social enterprise has been an emerging field of research. Its main frameworks have been provided by Occidental approaches. Mainly based on an organizational vision, they give little or no room to questions such as gender, race, colonialism, class, power relations and intertwined forms of inequality. However, a wide range of worldwide hidden, popular initiatives can be considered as another form of social enterprises based on solidarity, re-embedding the economy as well as broadening the political scope. This has been shown in a previous book: Civil Society, the Third Sector, and Social Enterprise: Governance and Democracy. Thus, to be more than a fashion or a fictitious panacea, the concept of social enterprise needs to be debated. Southern realities cannot be only understood through imported categories and outside modeled guidelines. This book engages a multicontinental and pluridisciplinary discussion in order to provide a pluralist theory of social enterprise. The book will be of interest to researchers, academics and students in the fields of social entrepreneurship, social innovation, development studies, management studies and social work.

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