Social Enterprises as Hybrid Organizations: A Review and Research Agenda

@article{Doherty2014SocialEA,
  title={Social Enterprises as Hybrid Organizations: A Review and Research Agenda},
  author={Bob Doherty and Helen M. Haugh and Fergus Lyon},
  journal={INTL: Other Global Business Issues (Topic)},
  year={2014}
}
The impacts of the global economic crisis of 2008, the intractable problems of persistent poverty and environmental change have focused attention on organizations that combine enterprise with an embedded social purpose. Scholarly interest in social enterprise (SE) has progressed beyond the early focus on definitions and context to investigate their management and performance. From a review of the SE literature, the authors identify hybridity, the pursuit of the dual mission of financial… 
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