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Septième Conférence internationale de Recherche d’EMES à Sheffield du 24 au 27 juin 2019

24 juin 2019 - 27 juin 2019

La septième conférence internationale du réseau EMES se déroulera du 24 au 27 juin 2019 à Sheffield au Royaume-Uni

Elle aura pour thème « Le développement durable par l’entreprise sociale, la coopération et l’action volontaire »

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LE COMPTE-RENDU (en anglais) ICI

20 Articles

  1. Andrea Bassi and Alessandro Fabbri (2019) “Crowdfunding: Threat or Opportunity for Social Economy? Third sector organisations and social enterprises facing the challenge of ICT funding strategies”, University of Bologna (Italy)
  2. Luigi Corvo, Lavinia Pastore and Emanuele Doronzo (2019) “Does collaborative orientation boost the performance of social enterprises?” (Italy)
  3. Timothy Peter Curtis (2019) “Locally Identified Solutions and Practices: a critical realist investigation into the geographies of social innovation in the context of neighbourhood policing“, The University of Northampton
  4. Maarten Hogenstijn (2019) “Developing dialogue bottom-up: social enterprises and local government in the Netherlands”, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)
  5. Esben Hulgaard and Elof Nellemann Nielsen (2019) “Network and partnerships in a local eco-system for Social Enterprise“, VIA University College (Denmark)
  6. Jimin Jeon (2019) “Text network analysis on impact investment to promote social economy in developing countries“, Yonsei University (South Korea)
  7. Nadia Johanisova (2019) “What assumptions behind social enterprise definitions and discourses?”, Masaryk University, Brno (Czech Republic)
  8. Laura Kumpuniemi (2019) “Political practice and dimensions of solidarity economy: a case study from Cochabamba, Bolivia“, University of Eastern Finland (Finland)
  9. Hellen López-Valladares (2019) “How social innovation can challenge the degree of empowerment? The case of the first social enterprise empowering artisanal fishermen in Peru“, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Perú)
  10. Maureen McCulloch and Rory Ridley-Duff (2019) “To profit or not to profit? That is the wrong question”, Sheffield Hallam University, England (United Kingdom)
  11. Jules O’dor (2019) “Kite-marks, standards and privileged legal structures; artefacts of constraint disciplining structure choices“, Sheffield Hallam University, England (United Kingdom)
  12. Victor Pestoff (2019) “Work Environment, Governance and Service Quality in Japanese Healthcare”, Ersta Sköndal Bräcke University College, Stockholm (Sweden)
  13. Jacques Liouville, Guillaume Martin, Jean-Paul Méreaux (2019) “Optimisation of resources, skills and organisational capabilities in the BOP environment. Application of the “entrepreneurial bricolage” concept to the social enterprise 1001fontaines in Cambodia” (France)
  14. Masanari Sakurai (2019) “Why did the new NPO corporations diffuse? Reason for the increasing social economy organizations in Japan« , Ritsumeikan University (Japan)
  15. Irina Sinziana Opincaru (2019) “Elements of the institutionalization process of the forest and pasture commons in Romania as particular forms of social economy”, University of Bucharest (Romania)
  16. Lauren Tuckerman, Julie Thomson and Geoffrey Whittam (2019) “Open Social Innovation: Knowledge commons and the openness spectrum in Scottish social enterprise“, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland (United Kingdom)
  17. Jez Hall and Matthew MacDonald (2019) “Participatory local governance and social enterprise: exploring the links between social entrepreneurial behaviour and democratic resource allocation through participatory budgeting”, (United Kingdom)
  18. Irene Kalemaki, Ioanna Garefi, Sofia Kantsiou, Ivan Diego, Aristidis Protopsaltis, Jenifer Clare Wall (2019) “Towards a learning framework for social innovation education” (Greece, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom)
  19. Ela Callorda Fossati, Florence Degavre and Benoît Lévesque (2019) “Innovation and transition. For a dialogue between the strong conception of social innovation and the multilevel perspective of the transition toward sustainability” (Belgium, Canada)- in French
  20. Vander Luiz Aguiar, Armindo dos Santos de Sousa Teodósio and Walter Mswaka (2019) “Social enterprises of urban agriculture and the resilience in cities: Belo-horizontinos and
    Londoners popular movements that defy the hegemony neoliberal
    ” (Brazil) – in Portuguese

Détails

Début :
24 juin 2019
Fin :
27 juin 2019

Organisateurs

EMES
Sheffield Hallam University

Lieu

Sheffield
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