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Social Entrepreneurship: New Models of Sustainable Social Change
"Social Entrepreneurship" is a term that has come to be applied to the activities of grass-roots activists, NGOs, policy makers, international institutions, and corporations, amongst others, whichExpand
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The Legitimacy of Social Entrepreneurship: Reflexive Isomorphism in a Pre–Paradigmatic Field
Following Kuhn, this article conceptualizes social entrepreneurship as a field of action in a pre–paradigmatic state that currently lacks an established epistemology. Using approaches fromExpand
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Fair Trade: Market-Driven Ethical Consumption
Fair Trade is at a crucial moment in its evolution from alternative trading mechanism to mainstream economic model. This timely and thoughtful book looks at the strategic future for Fair Trade. EachExpand
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'We do good things, don't we?': 'Blended Value Accounting' in social entrepreneurship
This paper presents an exploratory analysis of the emergent reporting practices used by social entrepreneurs in terms of their institutional settings and strategic objectives. These reportingExpand
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The Institutionalization of Social Investment: The Interplay of Investment Logics and Investor Rationalities
Abstract Across the world, a new landscape of social investment has been developing rapidly over the last 10–15 years, yet there has not been an academic study of the phenomenon to date. This paperExpand
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Strategic Options in Fair Trade Retailing
Notes that there has been a significant increase in the market for fair trade products in the UK over the past five years. Provides a definition of fair trade and goes on to set a context for theExpand
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Institutionalizing social entrepreneurship in regulatory space: Reporting and disclosure by community interest companies
In 2005, the British parliament passed legislation to make available the first new legal form of incorporation in over a century: the Community Interest Company (CIC). This initiative represented anExpand
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Purchase decision‐making in fair trade and the ethical purchase ‘gap’: ‘is there a fair trade twix?’
Children are increasingly being recognised as a significant force in the retail market place, as primary consumers, influencers of others, and as future customers. This paper adds to the literatureExpand
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Purchase Decision-Making in Fair Trade and the “Ethical Gap"
Children are increasingly being recognised as a significant force in the retail market place, as primary consumers, influencers of others, and as future customers. This paper adds to the literatureExpand
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