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2008 Summary of Results: BALTA Social Economy Survey - Fall 2008
The BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA) is a regional collaboration of organizations engaged in research initiatives to strengthen the foundations of the social economy in western Canada. Undertaken by the ...
BALTA Project E3 – Mapping the Social Economy from the Ground Up: Urban Neighbourhood/Rural Community Case Study
The social economy has begun to attract a lot of interest in Alberta, Canada. This research proposal is to map, through a sustainability lens, the social economy at a neighbourhood level in one Calgary, Alberta, community. ...
Social Economy Case Studies in Rural Alberta: Participatory Research with Mexican and Albertan Undergraduate Students
The Puebla-Alberta Community Service Exchange (PACSE) involves students from Augustana Campus, University of Alberta, and Universidad de las Americas in Puebla, Mexico, in community based learning and research in rural ...
BALTA Mapping Workplan - 2007-2008
The BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA) is implementing a five year research program to map social economy organizations in Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. The program has the following objectives: • ...
Serenity Funeral Service and the BALTA Profiling Tool
This case study of Serenity Funeral Service, a social enterprise in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, was done as a class project for a course in Corporate Social responsibility and Social Entrepreneurship taught by Mark Anielski ...
Definition and Measurement of the Social Economy: Continuous Construct or Dichotomous Variable?
The BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA) is collecting information on the scope and scale of the social economy in British Columbia and Alberta. This report to BALTA's 2009 symposium provides an update on ...