Shaping Social Enterprise: Understanding Institutional Context and Influence

Janelle A. Kerlin
Georgia State University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787142510
Published:
10 Apr 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
344 pages - 152 x 229mm
‘Shaping Social Enterprise’ offers the first tested framework that helps identify institutional influences affecting social enterprise. For well over a decade, scholars and practitioners have known that social enterprise looks different in different contexts but few have attempted to understand why. Kerlin’s work in this area is the first to consider the influence of large institutions such as government, economy, civil society, and culture on the development of social enterprise. This book provides an in-depth assessment of Kerlin’s theoretically-based framework for understanding these institutional and other influences by means of quantitative analysis as well as qualitative critiques from eight countries that help validate and refine it. The concluding chapter offers a revision of the framework based on the critiques. New features include more attention to culture and micro- and meso-level forces as well as the introduction of optional framework components that address rarely occurring country situations. Two new social enterprise country models are also added and new applications of the framework are detailed.
Preface - Alex Nicholls 1. The Macro-Institutional Social Enterprise Framework: Introduction and Theoretical Underpinnings - Janelle A. Kerlin 2. An Updated Quantitative Assessment of Kerlin’s Macro-Institutional Social Enterprise Framework - Thema Monroe-White and Muhammet Emre Coskun 3. South Korea: Government Directed Social Enterprise Development: Toward a New Asian Social Enterprise Country Model - Bokgyo Jeong 4. China: The Diffusion of Social Enterprise Innovation: Exported and Imported International Influence - Tracy Shicun Cui and Janelle A. Kerlin 5. Romania: Fostering Social Enterprise in a Post-Transitional Context: Caught between Social Enterprise Country Models - Mihaela Lambru and Claudia Petrescu 6. Spain: Understanding Social Enterprise Country Models across Time and Sub-Country Regions - Ramon Fisac-Garcia and Ana Moreno-Romero 7. Chile: The Influence of Institutional Holdovers from the Past on the Social Enterprise Country Model - Sebastian Gatica 8. Sweden: Tracing Social Enterprise across Different (Social) Spheres: The Interplay among Institutions, Values, and Individual Engagement - Malin Gawell 9. Zambia: Innate Resource Legacies and Social Enterprise Development: The Impact of Human Agency and Socio-Spatial Context in a Rural Setting - Rosemary Chilufya and Janelle A. Kerlin 10. Australia: Understanding Future Social Enterprise Model Development through Individual-Level Policy Discourse Analysis - Chris Mason and Jo Barraket 11. Conclusion: Revising the Macro-Institutional Social Enterprise Framework - Janelle A. Kerlin Index
Jo Barraket is the Director of the Centre for Social Impact and Professor at Swinburne University of Technology in Australia. Her research interests include social enterprise, social innovation, and the role of the social economy in new public governance. Rosemary Chilufya, originally from Zambia, is currently a doctoral student at the University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom, and a Special Research Fellow at the Copperbelt University in Zambia. Her research interests center around human security, regional development, and social entrepreneurship. Muhammet Emre Coskun is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Public Management and Policy at Georgia State University, USA. He conducts quantitative research on international NGOs and their poverty impact as well as on institutions and social enterprise. Tracy Shicun Cui, originally from China, is currently a doctoral student in the Department of Public Management and Policy at Georgia State University, USA. Her research focuses on nonprofit finance and social enterprise in China. Ramon Fisac-Garcia is Assistant Professor in the Business Administration Department at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid in Spain. He conducts research on organizational analysis, performance improvement, and impact assessments of social enterprises. Sebastian Gatica is Adjunct Assistant Professor and Director of The Social Innovation Lab in the School of Management at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He was an Ashoka Fellow and advisor to the Chilean Fourth Sector Enterprise Commission. Malin Gawell is Associated Professor at Södertörn University in Stockholm, Sweden. Her primary research interests are in social and societal entrepreneurship, social enterprise and civil society. Her research relates to individuals, organization as well as policy levels. Bokgyo Jeong, originally from South Korea, received his PhD from the University of Pittsburgh and is currently an Assistant Professor at Kean University in New Jersey, USA. His research interests include nonprofit management, social enterprise/economy, international development, and collaboration between international organizations and NGOs. Janelle A. Kerlin is Associate Professor in the Department of Public Management and Policy at Georgia State University, USA. Her research interests include comparative social enterprise, nonprofit commercial revenue, and international NGOs. She is an associate editor for the Social Enterprise Journal. Mihaela Lambru, PhD, is Professor in the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, University of Bucharest, Romania. Her research focuses on the development of the third sector, social enterprise, and worker cooperatives in Romania and Eastern and Central Europe. Chris Mason, PhD, is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Social Impact at Swinburne University of Technology in Australia. His research interests include social enterprise, policy development, discourse, identity, and corporate social responsibility. He is an associate editor of the Social Enterprise Journal. Thema Monroe-White is the Director of Research and Evaluation at VentureWell, Atlanta, USA, where she initiates and oversees research and evaluation in support of programs, grant proposals, and thought leadership initiatives. She holds a PhD in Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. Ana Moreno-Romero is Associate Professor in the Industrial Organization Department at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid in Spain. Her research examines the organization of work, human resources, corporate social responsibility, and networked organizations. Alex Nicholls is Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Said Business School, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. His research interests include a range of topics within social entrepreneurship and social innovation. He is editor of the Journal of Social Entrepreneurship. Claudia Petrescu, PhD, is a principal researcher in The Research Institute for Quality of Life at the Romanian Academy of Science, Romania. Her research examines community development, the social economy, the third sector, and social enterprise in Romania.

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