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BALTA Project D11 – Role of Social Enterprise in Employment Services in the British Columbia Context
This project proposal/plan outlines planned research of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA). The project is examining the growing sector of social enterprises providing employment for marginalized ...
Seeking Pathways to Sustainable Food - Chapter 6 of The Resilience Imperative: Co-operative Transitions to a Steady State Economy
(New Society Publishers, 2012)
This book chapter explores a range of models around the world for seeking pathways to sustainable food production and consumption. It addresses this theme from the overall perspective of the book, which explores a more ...
Community Economic Development Opportunities in Alberta
The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) and Momentum, a Calgary, Alberta based community economic development (CED) organization, have issued this brief in Alberta. The brief is directed to the Alberta ...
BALTA Project D8 - Credit Unions and Rural Reinvestment – Phase B
This project proposal/plan outlines planned research of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance that builds on the results of earlier research (Project D5) on credit unions and rural community reinvestment. This ...
Beyond Co-Location: Clustering the Social Economy
This is the final report of BALTA research project D4 - Sustainable Infrastructure for the Social Economy: Cluster-Based Social Enterprise Models. Political and economic restructuring over the past 30 years has had a ...
Community reinvestment and the challenges of scaling up the social economy
This presentation to the 2007 CIRIEC International Research Conference provided an overview of results from initial literature reviews conducted on behalf of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA). The ...
The Great Transition: Navigating Social, Economic, Ecological Change in Turbulent Times
(BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA), 2009-10)
Trans-disciplinary thinking by evolutionary, social, and ecological economists from the mid-1970s pointed to a new paradigm from which working models are emerging. This paper illustrates their relevance to a context where ...