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Lessons Learned From Systematic Replication of Social Enterprises
This is one of three literature reviews for research project D2 - Leveraging Social Ownership of Proprietary Trademarks related to the Golden Mussel as a Base for Expansion of Social Enterprise in Coastal B.C. Aboriginal ...
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 ...
Sustainable Infrastructure for the Social Economy: Cluster-Based Social Enterprise Models
This presentation was given at the 2008 symposium of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA). IT provided an introduction to new research being undertaken as BALTA research project D4. Many non-profits ...
Collaboration, Innovation & Organizational Learning: An Exploration of Non-profit Clusters and Shared Spaces
This presentation to the 2009 symposium of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA) reports on the results of a BALTA research project (D4) that explored the benefits of social enterprise and non-profit ...
Social Enterprises: Creating Jobs and Community Wellness One Small Business at a Time
(ISIS Research Centre, University of British Columbia, 2010-11)
The social enterprise business model has become increasingly prevalent in recent years; in particular, many social enterprises in British Columbia, Canada, (B.C.) have evolved with a social mission offering employment to ...