Corpus ID: 218956574

Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe – Comparative synthesis report

  title={Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe – Comparative synthesis report},
  author={C. Borzaga and G. Galera and B. Franchini and Stefania Chiomento and Roc{\'i}o Nogales and C. Carini},
"The understanding of the current size, scope and state of social enterprises in Europe lags behind their proliferation and the rising interest they generate among policymakers, researchers and practitioners. Aware of this gap, the European Commission launched two mapping studies as follow-ups to its 2011 communication on the Social Business Initiative (SBI). The first study was conducted in 2014 and mapped social enterprise activity and ecosystems in 29 countries using a common definition and… Expand
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