The Social Enterprise Mark - a critical review
What is it about?
A critical review of findings from workshops with social entrepreneurs, public sector workers, charity managers and cooperative developers based on an activity to evaluate the impact of the SEM on the social construction of social enterprise.
Why is it important?
The paper findings show that the Social Enterprise Mark is aligned with neither historical nor contemporary constructions of social enterprise / social economy and is becoming divisive in the field of practice rather that a standard supported by its core community. The conclusions include policy recommendations.
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