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Programa completo de la conferencia internacional sobre la Empresa Social. Lineas tematicas: ...

Programa completo de la conferencia internacional sobre la Empresa Social. Lineas tematicas:
1. Concepts and models of social enterprise
2. Social entrepreneurs, opportunities and
creation processes
3. Social innovation
4. Civil society and social movements
5. Financing social enterprise
6. Labour and employment
7. Governance of social enterprise
8. Performance assessment
9. Institutionalisation and public policy

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    Internacional Research Conference on Social Enterprise. Belgium 2013 Internacional Research Conference on Social Enterprise. Belgium 2013 Document Transcript

    • 11-04ULY2013ProgramIEGE
    • 24thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013OPENING PLENARY SESSIONDean HEC-ULg or Rector ULgLars Hulgård, Roskilde University (Denmark), EMES PresidentJacques Defourny, HEC-University of Liege (Belgium), Conference Co-Chair and Roundtable ChairRoundtable: Social enterprise at the crossroads> “From non-profit organizations to social enterprise: a long research journey” by Dennis Young,Georgia State University, USA> “Community entrepreneurship and social enterprise” by Helen Haugh, University of Cambridge, UK> “Social enterprise, contested or supported by the Solidarity Economy?” by Jean-Louis Laville,Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Paris, France19:00 Walking dinnerDETAILEDPROGRAMMonday, July 1, 2013HEC building, 14, rue Louvrex , city center17:00
    • 3Revisiting the social and solidarityeconomy> Jean-Christophe Zuchuat, Nicolas Gachet, MichaëlGonin, Laurent Houmard, and Christophe Dunand -Toward a Statistically Robust Assessment of Socialand Solidarity Economy Actors> Carolina Orquiza Cherfem - Réflexions autour dela construction théorique de l’Économie Sociale etSolidaire: entre l’émancipation et la critique> Mohamed-Amokrane Zorelli - L’économie solidaireen Kabylie: Une économie de l’union et de lafraternité> Hu Yameng, Babita Bhatt and Israr Qureshi -Transformative social economy: An alternativeparadigm to capitalism?Social entrepreneurship, networks andembeddedness> Frédéric Dufays and Benjamin Huybrechts - Onthe way to the hybrid organization? When worldscollide through collective entrepreneurship> Silke Preymann, Tanja Peherstorfer and BarbaraEhrenstorfer - Creating a favorable climatefor social entrepreneurship between thecontradictory concepts of individual “inner space”and “social space”> Israr Qureshi, Babita Bhatt and Geoffrey Kistruck -Role of Social Ties at The Conceptualization Stageof Social Enterprise> Daniel Costa and Cristina Parente - Externalcommunication practices and organizationallegitimacy within the Third Sector.> Loredana Picciotto - Social entrepreneurship andconfiscated mafia properties in ItalyDefining and capturing socialinnovation> Anne de Bruin and Loren Stangl Loren - The SocialInnovation Continuum: Towards AddressingDefinitional Ambiguity> Eva Bund, Björn Schmitz, and David-Karl Hubrich- Towards a social innovation indicator suite –Measuring enabling conditions and outcomes ofsocial innovations> Ana Luisa López - University Social Innovation(USI), a model to evaluate the developmentand institutionalization of social innovation byuniversities> Maja Savevska - Corporate Social Responsibility: Apromising social innovation or neoliberal strategyin disguise?Community participation in developingand emerging economies> Clementine Hill O’Connor - The role of Self ReliantGroups (SRGs) in improving individual health andwellbeing> Xiaomin Yu and Xiulan Zhang - SocialEntrepreneurship in China’s Nonprofit Sector: TheCase of Innovative Participation of Civil Society inPost-Disaster Reconstruction> Michela Giovannini - Social enterprise as a vehiclefor the development of indigenous communities:the case of Chiapas> Camille Meyer, Carlos De Freitas and MarieFare - Social currencies in Brazilian communitydevelopment banks: What role in territorialdevelopment ? The case of Banco Palmas> Youssoufou Congo - What Makes AfricanMicrofinance Organizations so Successful? Evidencefrom West Africa and the Great Lakes RegionTuesday, July 2, 2013Sart-Tilman campus09:00-10:30PARALLEL SESSIONS 1THEMATIC LINES1. Concepts and models of social enterprise2. Social entrepreneurs, opportunities andcreation processes3. Social innovation4. Civil society and social movements5. Financing social enterprise6. Labour and employment7. Governance of social enterprise8. Performance assessment9. Institutionalisation and public policy
    • 44thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013Social Enterprises: An OrganizationalPerspective> Dennis Young - The stability of social enterprise> Janelle Kerlin - Defining Social Enterprise acrossDifferent Contexts: A Conceptual FrameworkBased on Institutional Factors> Benjamin Gidron - Creating Shared Value in SocialEnterprises: A Participants’ PerspectiveSocial impact assessment: applications> Mayako Tsuyuki - Developing a social valueevaluation tool for self-reliance support project inJapan> Ken Ito - Applying SROI as a tool for formulatingoptimized portfolio of technology and communitysolutions> Eva G. Fekete - The visibility and the measurementof the importance of social and solidarity economy> Alessia Anzivino, Francesca Calò, and GiorgioFiorentini - The value of non profit association inthe blood system> Dae-Myung No - Work-integration Social Enterpriseand Activation policy in KoreaEvolution of public policies> Florence Degavre and Marthe Nyssens - CareRegimes on the Move in Europe: Home care tofrail adults in Belgium, Germany, Italy and the UK.A comparison of care regimes in a context of deeptransformation under a Polanyian perspective.> Michael Roy - “The most supportive environment inthe world for social enterprise?” Social enterprisein Scotland> Mihaela Lambru and Claudia Petrescu -Institutionalizing social enterprises in Romania> Masao Hata - The current state of NPOs asthe Vanguard of Social Enterprises and PolicyIntervention Strategies in Japan10:30 Break09:00-10:30Social Investment and social capitalmarket> Jarrod Ormiston and Richard Seymour - Theemergence of social investment as a ‘moral systemof exchange’: The Australian experience> Frederick Seddon and Richard Hazenberg - Whatare the barriers to investing in social enterprises?An investigation into the attitudes and experiencesof social entrepreneurs in the United Kingdom> Wendy Wu, Stephen Osborne and Sarah Cooper- “Who should I invest in?”- Exploring the role ofsocial investment intermediaries in the changinglandscape of Scotland> Alejandro Agafonow and Pascal Glémain - Thechallenge of building social capital markets> Wolfgang Spiess-Knafl and Jessica Aschari-Lincoln -On the nature of the relationship between venturephilanthropy funds and social enterprisesBehavioral dynamics in cooperativeand social enterprises> Carlo Borzaga - Managers? Not always self-interested. An empirical analysis on behaviors andtraits of managers in social enterprises> Olivier Brolis - Are low-skilled workers of socialenterprises intrinsically motivated?> Mónica Gago - Job Satisfaction, Satisfaction withEmployee Ownership and Interest in EmployeeOwnership in a Large Retail Firm in Mondragon> Ermanno Tortia - Worker satisfaction, fairnessperception, and motivational drives: new evidencefrom the Italian social services sector> Sara Depedri - The value of the money: fieldexperiments with employees in cooperative andsocial enterprises
    • 5The EMES approach revisited> Carlo Borzaga and Giulia Galera - Analyzing the keyfeatures of social enterprises> Eeva Houtbeckers - Contemporary socialentrepreneurship: Evidence from Finland> Jacques Defourny and Marthe Nyssens - SocialCoops: When Social Enterprises meet theCooperative tradition> Jacques Defourny and Marthe Nyssens - SocialInnovation, social economy and social enterprise:what can the European debate tell us?Opportunities for socialentrepreneurship in context> Susy Caballero Jara, Rosa María Fuchs and MariaAngela Prialé - Influencia de los rasgos de lapersonalidad en la decisión de iniciar una empresasocial en el Perú> Linda Piusa - Creating Social EntrepreneurialOpportunity: The Trigger Phase> Xiaoti Hu, Regina Frank, and Angelika Zimmermann- How Are Social Entrepreneurship OpportunitiesDeveloped in China? - A Critical Realist Perspective> Sara Minard - Social entrepreneurship in theinformal economy: sustainable pathways toinclusive development and public value creation> Loredana Orhei and Sharda Nandram - Socialentrepreneurship as competence for founders ofsocial enterprises in Romania and the NetherlandsDiffusing and institutionalising socialinnovation> Thomas Bauwens - The contribution of renewableenergy cooperatives to a shift of socio-technicalsystem in the energy sector> Sebastià Riutort - Innovación Social, TeoríaInstitucional y Cambio Social: explorando unapropuesta teórica a partir del caso de las REScoops> Virginie Xhauflair, Benjamin Huybrechts, FrançoisPichault - From art to project: diffusing socialinnovation through blurring professional identitiesand field boundaries> Mayako Tsuyuki - A Study on Business Models ofWISEs for Challenged People: Diffusion Process ofSocial Innovation in JapanRegulation factors and public policiesfor the success of social enterprises> María Pilar Alguacil Marí - Regulation factors andpublic policies for the success of social enterprises:An introduction to the research project> Rafael Chaves Avila - A public policies frameworkto social enterprises> Millán Diaz-Foncea and Carmen Marcuello -Weaknesses and challenges of Social Enterprises inSpainFinancing Mix and Business Models ofSocial Enterprises> Jessica Aschari-Lincoln and Urs Jäger - Alignmentof financial and programmatic management -aggravation or soothing of social organizations‘multiple bottom lines> Amélie Mernier - Determinants of tax-deductibledonations behaviour in Belgium> Gloria Van Ewijk and Sharda Nandram - Value-based pricing: The pricing strategy for Dutch socialentrepreneursPARALLEL SESSIONS 2Tuesday, July 2, 2013Sart-Tilman campus11:00-12:30
    • 64thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013Commitment in social enterprises> Christian Franklin Svenssin - The meaningfulnessof engagement in SE as identification amongemployees> Nicole Alix - Management, “sensemaking” andsocial economy> Nathalie Magne - Is job quality higher in workers’cooperatives than in classical firms?> Chi Maher - Contextual third sector factorsinfluencing SE Manager’s preferred career paths:an empirical researchGovernance and Democracy Part 1:Governance of Civil SocietyOrganizations> Samuel Sponem - Governance of civil societyorganizations: a typology> Stéphanie Chatelain-Ponroy - Governance of civilsociety organizations: a typology> Philippe Eynaud - Governance of civil societyorganizations: a typology> Francie Ostrower - Governing boards andorganizational environments: Growingcomplexities, shifting frameworks> Melissa Stone - Governing boards andorganizational environments: Growingcomplexities, shifting frameworks> Isabel Vidal - The role of business in civil societygovernancePerformance: Discussion and toolsconstruction> Sybille Mertens and Michel Marée - Social returnon investment (SROI) and social value: an economicappraisal> Gorgi Krlev - Social impact measurement -Advancing the dimension of human and socialcapital> Cecilia Grieco and Karen Maes - Understandingsocial impact measurement purposes: an empiricalanalysis on social enterprises> Luca Bagnoli and Simone Toccafondi -Management of performance for socialenterprises: hypothesis of performancemeasurement systems based on Italian empiricalevidence> Romaric Nkok and Daniel Leroy - Analyse decomptes de surplus de productivité d’entrepriseséconomique à vocation sociale : Cas d’unestructure d’aide à domicileCooperative law and the generalinterest> Akira Kurimoto - Cooperative law and the generalinterest> Gemma Fajardo - Are the laws appropriate forcooperatives of general interest?> Ren Dapeng, Wang Jingpei and Zhang Ying -Looking For Balance: Function of the FarmerCooperative Law and Relative Policies in China12:30 Lunch11:00-12:30
    • 7New approaches for social enterprisein economics> Thomas Bauwens - NPO and cooperatives in thelight of new institutional and evolutionary theories> Robert Münscher, Max Vetter, Thomas Scheuerle -Social Interventions and Behavioural Economics: APromising Combination?> Vladislav Valentinov - The nonprofit catallaxy: AnAustrian economics perspective on the nonprofitsector> Alessandro Fedele and Sara Depedri - In Medio StatVirtus: Towards a More Balanced Economy> Israr Qureshi, Babita Bhatt and Geoffrey Kistruck- Socialficing: A necessary ingredient for socialenterpriseValues and logics within socialenterprises> Mukherjee Rawal Ms. Debyani - A Case OfCommunity Radio As A Model For SocialEntrepreneurship> Luca Mongelli, Francesco Rullani and PietroVersari - Social Entrepreneurship and diverginginstitutional logics: hybridizing through the“common tone”> Roger Spear and Mike Aiken - Social enterprisesmaintaining their organisational values> Isaac Lyne, Ngin Chanrith and Emmanuel Santoyo-Rio - Understanding Social Enterprise, SocialEconomy and Local Social Entrepreneurship in theContext of Rural Cambodia> Alexandra Moskovskaya - Social enterprisesand their environment: a comparative studyof organizations created by internationallyrecognized leaders of social entrepreneurshipPLENARY SESSION 2Chair: Marthe Nyssens, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium> Prof. Johanna Mair (Stanford University, USA and Hertie School of Governance, Berlin,Germany): “Organizing for Society: A Typology of Social Entrepreneurial Models”15:00-16:30PARALLEL SESSIONS 3Tuesday, July 2, 2013Sart-Tilman campus14:00-14:45
    • 84thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013Social innovation, local developmentand public policy> Joanne McNeill - How can public policy andprograms enable social innovation activities thatcontribute to more sustainable forms of local andregional development?> Adriane Vieira Ferrarini and Marília VeríssimoVeronese - Social Innovation in Brazilian PublicPolicy> Richard Hazenberg and Kelly Hall - Social enterprise‘spin-outs’: The barriers and solutions facing localauthorities in the UK.> Christoph Schnabel - Embeddedness or scarcity?Analysing conditions for social innovation uptake inlarge service providersLearning civicness and empowermentthrough social enterprise initiatives> Babita Bhatt, Israr Qureshi and Suhaib Ria -Challenges for Social Enterprises in China: BuildingCommunity Institutional Logic through ProjectiveInstitutional Work> Ming-Rea Kao and Huai-Zhi Sheu - From ServiceLearning to Civicness: a Reaserach of Taiwan’sCatholic Universities> Carolina Orquiza Cherfem - Qualification etFormation par le travail dans les EntreprisesSolidaires> Ana Domaradzka - From society to individual andback: multidimensional roles of CSOs> Babita Bhatt - Role of social enterprise in socialcapital generation: Multiple perspectivesSocial Banking and Cooperative Finance> Francesca Barigozzi and Piero Tedeschi - CreditMarkets with Ethical Banks and MotivatedBorrowers> Yiorgos Alexopoulos, Ivana Catturani, and SilvioGoglio - Governance in Cooperative Banking> Olaf Weber - Sustainable Banking - History andCurrent Developments> Simon Cornée and Ariane Szafarz - Vive laDifférence: Social Banks and Reciprocity in theCredit MarketOrganisation and Professionnalisationof Social Enterprises> Young-Chul Kim - Are SE only for creating jobs? TheKorean case> Edwine Goldoni, Donatienne Desmette, YannickGriep, Ginette Herman, Tim Vantilborgh, RolandPepermans - Volunteers and paid workers: moresimilar bit less close in professionalized SE?> Charlotte Moreau, Sybille Mertens, and FrançoisPichault - The professionalization of HR management:towards an analytical framework for SE> Goishi Norimichi and Mizuno Yuka - Conditionalconvergence of SE in Japan and Korea> Mizuno Yuka - Conditional convergence of SE inJapan and KoreaGovernance and Democracy: Part 2:Governance citizenship and openpublic spaces> Marthe Nyssens and Francesca Petrella -Governance and the provision of local publicgoods: The case of multiple stakeholders> Benjamin Huybrecht, Sybille Mertens and JulieRijpens - Explaining stakeholder involvement insocial enterprise governance through resourcesand legitimacy> Carlo Borzaga and Sara Depedri - Civil SocietyOrganizations and Public Policy> Jean-Louis Laville and Christian Hoarau - Fromcorporate governance to democratic governance> Ermanno Tortia and Silvia Sacchetti - A “HumanGrowth” Perspective on Organizational Resourcesand Firm Performance15:00-16:30
    • 9The performance of cooperatives> Pablo Nachar Calderón and Carmen MarcuelloServós - The contribution of economicorganizations to human development. Anevaluation model proposal> Sonja Novkovic - For love or money: The dual goalsin co-operative firms> Chiara Carini and Ericka Costa - Exploring theperformance of social cooperatives during theperiod of economic crisis: the Italian case> Muthumariappan Karthikeyan - Social statementapproach to cooperative social performanceassessment: a case of Lume Adama FarmersCooperative Union in EthiopiaSocial enterprises in different welfareregimes: critical and contextualizedinquiries and readings> Silvia Ferreira - Social entrepreneurship and socialinnovation and the role of Portuguese socialeconomy organisations in welfare> Malin Gawel - Social entrepreneurship and socialenterprises - in relation to what?> Lynn Froggett - Capturing the complexity of socialenterprises: technical-rational or relational?> Linda Lundgaard Andersen - Socialentrepreneurship and economy organisations - as acontested concept of welfare, democracy, learningand advocacy16:30 BreakTuesday, July 2, 2013Sart-Tilman campus
    • 4thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 201310Cooperatives and social services > Christian Lautermann - Energy Cooperatives asEntrepreneurial Actors of the Energy Transition> Pier Angelo Mori - From Class to Community: theEvolution of Cooperatives towards New Modelsof Citizens’ Democratic Participation in PublicServices Provision> Nicole Göler von Ravensburg - RegisteredCooperatives as a form of social enterprise inGermany - status and perspectivesOrganisational change, adaptation andmission drift> Kumar Uday and Narasajjan Rajalakshmi - Socialentrepreneurship in India: recent trends andchange> Alan Curtis - Redefining a social enterprise model:Adapting a social enterprise business model tocompete with the private sector.> Marek Hudon - Transforming social enterprises:the case of Kenyan and Vietnamese microfinanceinstitutionsSocial innovation by and within socialenterprises > Sabrina Nardin - Social Innovation and Leadership inSocial Enterprises: What is the Recipe for Success?A multiple case study on Social Innovation in ItalianSocial Enterprises> Anastasia Klimova - Innovation processes insocial services: the case of social cooperatives inSouthern Italy.> Hsieh Lu-Yi and Lu Lucia Lu - The Development ofSocial Enterprises in Post-Disaster Zone: a Processof Communication, Capacity Building and SocialNetworking> Fredrik Andersson and Jurgen Willems -Understanding and measuring autonomy in sociallyentrepreneurial venturesSocial movements and socialenterprise/entrepreneurship> I-lun Tsai - From Protester to Entrepreneur:The Transformation of Disability MovementOrganization in Taiwan> Bronwen Morgan - Law and Legality at theIntersection of Social Activism and SocialEnterprise> Vidovic Davorka - Controversies of being socialentrepreneur: Coping with different roles andidentities> Hyungsik Eum - Theoretical problems of socialmovement theories in understanding socialeconomy phenomenon and pragmatic sociology asa possible solution> Omar Bortolazzi - When Philanthropy BecomesPolitics: Hezbollah Social InstitutionsThird sector organizations andemployment quality: the higher jobquality and satisfaction under scrutiny?> François-Xavier Devetter and EmmanuellePuissant - Le passage du statut associatif austatut d’entreprise à but lucratif: exemple de larestructuration d’une association d’aide à domicileen région parisienne.> Ekaterina Melnik, Francesca Petrella, and NadineRichez Battesti - Does the professionalism ofmanagement practices in nonprofits and for-profits affect job satisfaction?> Olivier Brolis, Stéphanie Coster, Evelyne Lèonard,and Marthe Nyssens - Social enterprises, a specificmanagerial model? Analysis of EmploymentIntegration in the quasi-market of “servicevouchers” in Belgium17:00-18:30PARALLEL SESSIONS 4
    • 11Organizational performance> Walter Mswaka and Olu Aluko - Governance ofsocial enterprises in South Yorkshire, UK: towards anew orientation> Chris Cornforth - Steering between mission driftand failure in social enterprises> Silvia Sacchetti and Ermanno Tortia - A “HumanGrowth” Perspective on Organizational Resourcesand Firm Performance> Jo Prashanthi - Governance of Social Enterprise:A Critical Component of Success in Third WorldEconomies> Lore Wellens & Marc Jegers - Downwardaccountability of Belgian nonprofit organizations ,a quantitative studiSocial enterprise performancemanagement: insights from businesssector practices> Maryline Meyer and Sophie Swaton - Lesinnovations managériales dans une démarche RSE:Quelle source de performance globale pour lesentreprises sociales?> Hugues Mouchamps - Resurrecting an old bodyof literature to define the performance of socialenterprises> Marius Kamto and Didier Van Caillie - From securitymanagement to Enterprise Risk Management inSocial Enterprises: how managers do perceive theconcepts?> Carmen Guzmán, Carrie Bauer and María de laO Barroso - Social Economy Firms: A differententrepreneurial structure to traditional firms?An application to southern Spain in terms offunctional dependenceSocial Enterprise Law> María Pilar Alguacil Marí - Current problems onthe Spanish taxation of social co-operatives: anEuropean perspective> Pilar Bonet Sánchez - Políticas públicas deinclusión, empresas de inserción sociolaboral ycentros especiales de empleo> Carola Conde Bonfil - The Mexican Law of SocialSolidarity Economy. Does it mean forward orbackward?> Jongick Jang - Emerging Dual Legal Frameworks ofSocial Enterprise in South Korea: Backgrounds andProspects18:45 By bus to: Citadelle (viewpoint),then walk down through the old part of the city(20 minutes) or bus to Place du marché.Free eveningTuesday, July 2, 2013Sart-Tilman campus
    • 124thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013Factors of development and success ofsocial enterprises> Rawdha Ammari - Les associations dedéveloppement: un modèle de l’entreprise socialeen Tunisie> Sara Calvo - Sink or Swim: Social Enterprise as apanacea to NGOs in Tanzania?> Léonidas Niyokindi - Les Facteurs d’Emergence del’entrepreneuriat social en Afrique: Cas du Burundi> Tomasz Kaźmierczak - Toward a social mission-based typology of social enterprisesScaling-up and cross-sectorcollaboration> Elisabeth Crawford Spencer - ContractingRelationships in Social Franchising> Bob Doherty - The Role of Social Enterprise in theDevelopment of Fair Trade Markets: Comparativestudy of Five Countries> Philippe Semenowicz - Why do work integrationsocial enterprises and business collaborate?> Marieke Huysentruyt, Stephan Ute and Bart VanLooy - Corporate social opportunity recognitionand the value(s) of social entrepreneurs> Kathrin Lambrich - Interpartner Legitimacy as“Means to an End” for the Transfer of Resources inInter-Organizational RelationshipsSocial entrepreneurship as a vehiclefor innovation> Maria Anastasiadis and Pascal Glémain - Socialentrepreneurship as vehicle of innovation: theAustrian-French perspective> Othmar Lehner - Social entrepreneurship as vehicleof innovation: the Austrian - French perspective> Alex Murdock - Social entrepreneurship andinnovation in responding to austerity> Carmen Ruiz Viñals and Carmen Parra Rodríguez- Social Innovation and entrepreneurship: theSpanish perspectiveMicro-dynamics of social enterprisesand bricolage> Josephine Barraket, Robyn Eversole, SharineLing, and Belinda Luke - Bricolage and its effectson innovation amongst locally-oriented socialenterprises> Andri Soteri-Proctor and Simon Teasdale - Thecommunity building bricoleur: From heroic successto reluctant guardian of resources> Eeva Houtbeckers - Hub Helsinki’s everyday life:enabling social innovations> Heather Douglas - Is participatory, collaborativesocial entrepreneurship suitable for singlemothers?Trends and Challenges for socialenterprises in Central and EasternEurope> Galera Giulia and Valentinov Vladislav - Addressingcommunity needs by means of social enterprises.Lessons from Italy, Poland, Ukraine and Belarus> Bibu Nicolae, Mihai Lisetchi, and Marian Nastase -Concepts and models of social enterprise. The caseof Romania> Anna Ciepielewska-Kowalik - Trends and challengesof social enterprises in Poland. A new model ofsocial investments and social cohesion> Alexandra Moskovskaya - Emerging socialenterprises in Russia: organizational base,institutional frameworks, opportunities and limitsWednesday, July 3, 2013Sart-Tilman campus09:00-10:30PARALLEL SESSIONS 5
    • 13Working in social enterprises> Valérie Dubois and Annie Cornet - Workpainfulness in social professions> Claudia Magnus, Ana Magnolia Mendes, andThomas Perilleux - Developing space for pickers ofrecyclable materials to talk and listen> Lionel Prouteau, Laura Nirello, Franck Bailly, andKarine Chapelle - Are female employees lessdiscriminated in SE?> Avner Ben-Ner, Fanmin Kong, and Stéphanie Lluis- Do ESOP and profit sharing matter? Productivity,profitability, Employment, Wages, and WorkplacesafetyGoverning tensions> Harri Kostilainen and Pekka Pättiniemi -Management dilemmas and resiliency in Finnishwork integration Social Enterprises> Thomas Pongo - The Construction and Resolutionof Ethical Dilemmas within Food IndustryOrganizations. A Comparative Analysis ofOrganizational Decision-Making in Formal andInformal Organizations.> Jo Lucassen and Sarah de Bakker - Variety inhybridity in sport organisations and how to copewith it.> Saskia Crucke Nathalie Moray, and Nathalie Vallet- Internal representation in social enterprises’governance structure: A theoretical framework.> Els De Waele and Lesley Hustinx - Balancing thetension field between emancipation and control:Belgian Third Sector Organizations functioningunder the prevailing modes of governing welfareWork Integration Social Enterprise: Aninternational perspective> Laurent Gardin - A variety of resource mixes insidesocial enterprises> Andreia Lemaître - Public Policies and WISE: thechallenge of institutionalisation> Jean-Louis Laville and Marthe Nyssens - Lessonsfrom the empirical analysis of the WISEs’ sector forthe social enterprise debateCreation and diffusion of neworganisational forms> Benjamin Huybrechts and Julie Rijpens - The roleof networks in building legitimacy for new hybridorganizations: the case of renewable energysource cooperatives (REScoops)> Kevin Levillain and Blanche Segrestin - Benefit &Flexible purpose corporations: Do we need them?> John Shepherd - The Growth and OrganisationalEcology of Community Interest Companies in theUK, July 2005 to April 201210:30 Break
    • 144thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013Comparing social enterpriselandscapes across Europe> Eva Rückert and Francesco Sarracino - The socialeconomy in Luxembourg> Stefan Constantinescu - Emerging SocialEnterprises in Romania> Harri Kostilainen and Saila Tykkyläinen - TheCharacteristics of Finnish Social Enterprise> Marzena Starnawska - Social enterprising in thetransition context - on the nexus of entrepreneurshipand social economy - cases from PolandSocial entrepreneurship processes,decision-making and organisationalforms> Curtis Child and Eva Witesman - InstitutionalChoice Redux: How Fair Trade EntrepreneursChoose Between Nonprofit and For-Profit Forms> Marianne Dagevos - Authoring as decisive processfor social innovation> Gift Dafuleya - Social EntrepreneurshipDevelopment in Collective-based Initiatives: AStudy of African Burial Societies> Albert Teo and Chu-Ying - Developing a ProcessModel of Social Entrepreneurship: A GroundedStudy ApproachFrontiers in Social Innovation Researchand Practice> Frank Moulaert, Diana MacCallum and Jean Hillier- Social Innovation: Intuition, Precept, Concept,Theory and Practice> Diana MacCallum - The Institutional Space of SocialInnovation> Abid Mehmood and Constanza Parra - SocialInnovation in an unsustainable world> Igor Calzada - Highlighting the Territory & SocialInnovation importance in the Mondragon caseMicrofinance> Anaïs Périlleux - Female Managers in HybridOrganizations: Evidence from FinancialCooperatives in Senegal> Anastasia Cozarenco - Trust and the (micro)creditmarket: the role of incomplete contacts> Katarzyna Cieslik, Marek Hudon and PhilipVerwimp - Illicit Entrepreneurs - Value Creationand Value Appropriation by Microfinance Clients inRural Burundi> Kanyurhi Eddy Balemba - Satisfaction des clientsavec les services des Institutions de micro-financeau Kivu en République Démocratique du Congo:développement, validité et fiabilité d’une échellede mesureBlurring boundaries and hybrids> Leandro Sepulveda, Fergus Lyon, and Ian Vickers- Public sector ‘spinouts’: A pathway for thedevelopment of social enterprises?> Suzanne Grant and Nitha Palakshappa - SocialEnterprise and Corporate Social Responsibility.Towards a deeper understanding of the links andoverlaps.> David Billis - The Symbiotic Relationship betweenSocial Enterprise and Hybridity> Lars Josephsen - Sustainable banks betweencommercial banks and social enterprises - Generalfeatures, principles, and business models> Victor Pestoff - Hybridity, Co-production and ThirdSector Social Services in Europe11:00-12:30PARALLEL SESSIONS 6
    • 15WISES and Social Inclusion> Atsushi Fujii - Social inclusion in Japanese WorkersCollective: Actual Situations and Conditions> Kohk Harada - The realities and challenges ofJapanese SE as a means of social inclusion : thestudy of a worker cooperative> Satoru Hashimoto - Workfare policy and workintegration for vulnerable people in Japan> Jacobs Gijselinckx - Jobs in WISEs as asteppingstone towards sustainable workelsewhere ? transitions towards work out of WISEsin Flanders> Marlene Walk - Access to job training services offemale immigrants to Canada: a case study of a SEParticipation and democracy in socialenterprises> Hélène Landemore - Social Enterprise and DemocraticGovernance: Reflection on Means and Ends> Esther Villajos Girona - The participativegovernance of the Valencian Work IntegrationSocial Enterprise. An empirical approach> Thomas Pongo - The challenge of solidarity-based organizations empirical investigation.Operationnalizing Solidarity Economy literature: Atheoretico-methodological bricolage> Thomas Straub and Stefano Borzillo - Redefiningthe role of international NGOs through effectivecapacity building> Isabel Vidal - Governance of Social Enterprises asproducers of public servicesEntrepreneurship in cooperatives (1)> Benjamin Huybrechts, Caroline Gijselinckx andSybille Mertens: Belgium> Anna Carabolante, Giovanni Esposito, GiorgiaTrasciani and Cecilia Vigilanti: Italy> Noreen O’Shea: FranceFoundations and philanthropy> Raffaella Rametta - Public-benefit foundationsand economic activities: across the Italian and EUregulatory frameworks> Arthur Gautier, Anne-Claire Pache, and ImranChowdhury - Nonprofit roles in for-profit firms:The institutionalization of corporate philanthropyin France> Jacques Defourny, Marthe Nyssens andSéverine Thys - From philanthropy to socialentrepreneurship12:30 LunchWednesday, July 3, 2013Sart-Tilman campus
    • 4thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 201316PLENARY SESSION 3SOCIAL ENTERPRISE IN THE CONTEXT OF EU PUBLIC POLICIES> Carlo Borzaga, Euricse and University of Trento, Italy> Sergi Corbalan, Fair Trade Advocacy Office> Agnès Hubert, member of the Bureau of Economic Policy Advisers (BEPA), EuropeanCommission> Mads Øvlise, Chair of the Government Committee on Social Enterprise, DenmarkWednesday, July 3, 2013Sart-Tilman campus14:00-15:00Social enterprise conceptualizationsand empirical evidence > Paolo Lucchino - Defining social enterprise throughbehavioural implications: towards an evidence-based, normative conceptualisation of the socialenterprise> Marie J. Bouchard and Damien Roussselière - Fromheavenly ideas to down to earth practices: Whatcan we learn from a statistical analysis of socialenterprises?> Albert Teao - The Conceptualization of SocialEntrepreneurship by the Print Media: A ContentAnalysis of Print Media Stories Published in Indiaand Singapore> Anirudh Agrawal - Long Road Ahead: Promisingavenues for research in Social Entrepreneurshipbased on critical variablesDiscourse, legitimacy, andenvironment> Israr Qureshi, Babita Bhatt and Geoffrey Kistruck -Role of Social Ties at The Conceptualization Stageof Social Enterprise> Annette Zimmer and Danielle Gluns - “Parole,parole, parole” - discourses and socialentrepreneurship> Julie Rijpens and Sybille Mertens - The role ofalliance strategies in contributing to the process ofinstitutional change. The case of WISEs> Daniel Costa and Cristina Parente - Externalcommunication practices and organizationallegitimacy within the Third Sector> Shunyu Pai - Taking Organisational LegitimacySeriously in Social Enterprise: The Case forStronger Connection between OrganisationalLegitimacy and Social Enterprise Research15:00-16:30PARALLEL SESSIONS 7
    • 17Social Innovation Practice and theRediscovery of Action Research> Nola Kunnen, Diana MacCallum and Susan Young- Research Strategies for Assets and StrengthsBased Community Development> Frank Moulaert, Bob Jessop, Lars Hulgard andAbdelIllah Hamdouch - Social Innovation Research:A New Stage in Innovation Process Analysis?> Joanne McNeill - How can public policy andprograms enable social innovation activities thatcontribute to more sustainable forms of local andregional development?> Barbara Van Dyck and Pieter Van den Broeck -Social Innovation: A Territorial Process> Stijn Oosterlynck and Pascal Debruyne - Goingbeyond Physical Urban Planning Interventions:Fostering Social Innovation through UrbanRenewal in Brugse Poort, GhentSocial enterprise in perspective: socio-economy and democracy> Isabelle Hillenkamp and Jean-Louis Laville - Socio-economy and democracy. Topicality of Karl Polanyi> Andreia Lemaître - Towards a characterization ofsolidarity economy in Brazil> Jean-Philippe Peemans TBC> Magali Zimmer - “Karl Polanyi, mise en perspectiveavec l’économie sociale et solidaire”The discursive effects of mappingsocial enterprise> Denise Crossan and Geraldine Prizeman - MappingSocial Entrepreneurial Enterprises in Ireland> Peter Elson and Peter Hall - Ploughing the fields:Provincial surveys of social enterprises in Canada> Simon Teasdale, Fergus Lyon, and Rob Baldock -The politically motivated construction of evidence:A methodological critique of the social enterprisegrowth myth> Simon Teasdale, Fergus Lyon, Denise Crossan,Geraldine Prizeman, Peter Elson, Peter Hall, and> Josephine Barraket - Social Enterprise Definitionsand Data Analysis: Voices from the Tower of Babel?Social Innovation: The conditionsfor the emergence and diffusion ofinnovations> Taco Brandsen - How can social innovations travelto other cities and countries (and why not?) -Evidence from a 10-country comparative project> Annette Zimmer - Social Innovations in Europe,with a special eye on Germany
    • 184thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013Governing social enterprise inemerging and developing countries> Célestin Manirambona - Les facteurs de la relationd’agence en niveau dans la longue chaîne Bailleursde fonds étrangers - ONG internationales - ONGlocales - associations endogènes - bénéficiaires :cas du Burundi> Maheswaran Sivagnanam - Power in Local NGONetworks: Enhancing Social Entrepreneurship inpost-disaster/post-civil war settings> Marie Lisa Dacanay - Social Enterprises with thePoor as Primary Stakeholders: Responding to Stateand Market Failures in the South> Kumar Nayak Pradeepta - Community Foundationsas Social Enterprises: A Study of VDCF and itsGovernanceEntrepreneurship in cooperatives (2)> Millán Díaz-Foncea, Carmen Guzmán and CarmenMarcuello: Spain> Dylan K. Nelson, Hannah Clifton and Teresa Nelson:United Kingdom> Heatherjean MacNeil, Kelly Harris, Teresa Nelson:United StatesCo-production and public policy> Anna Ciepielewska-Kowalik - Institutionalisationof social enterprises in public policies in Polandin transition period. A case of early childhoodeducation and care policy (1989-2012)> Gordon Shockley and Peter Frank - SocialEntrepreneurship as Co-produced Social Policy> J.J. McMurtry - The Political Economy of Sub-National Procurement> Victor Pestoff - Co-production and Sustainability inThird Sector Welfare Services16:30 Break17:00-18:00BOOK SIGNING EVENT17:30-18:30POSTER SESSIONS18:30 Bus or walk to Castle ofColonster19:00 Aperitif and ”Dîner de Gala”Wednesday, July 3, 2013Sart-Tilman campus15:00-16:30
    • 19Isomorphic pressures > Frederik Claeyé - Becoming professional: Theinternalisation of managerialist discourse in non-profit organisations in South Africa> Patrick Gilormini - An inquiry into “socialenterprise” mode of existence: Solidarity revivalat French Banque Populaire and Caisse d’EpargneGroup> Ramachandran J. - Shefali Pinto and SouravMukherji - The Paradox of Scaling SocialEnterprises> Angela Addae - Straddling the Fence: SocialEnterprises and Sector SelectionConditions of social enterpriseemergence in different contexts> William Owusu and Frank Janssen - Managing TheIntersect: Social Entrepreneurship And Mission-tiedEarned Income Opportunities In Africa> Matsuyo Makino and Ken-ichi Kitajima - TheEmergence of Rural Social Enterprise inSustainable Livelihoods and Endogenous LocalDevelopment: Evidence form Japan> Katsunori Sato, Yasuyuki Yokota, YasunariTakaura - The challenges of sustaining socialentrepreneurship: The case of Tohoku after theGreat East Japan Earthquake> Isaac Lyne, Ngin Chanrith and Emmanuel Santoyo-Rio - Understanding Social Enterprise, SocialEconomy and Local Social Entrepreneurship in theContext of Rural Cambodia> Alexandra Moskovskaya - Social enterprisesand their environment: a comparative studyof organizations created by internationallyrecognized leaders of social entrepreneurshipSocial innovation and collaborativelearning in the relation between theacademia and the social and solidarityeconomy – I> Genauto Carvalho de França Filho, Ives Romero andTavares do Nascimento - Incubation in solidarityeconomics and university extension: reflectionsfrom the experience of ITES / UFBA> Silvia Ferreira and Beatriz Caitana - Is it possible analternative triple helix: the possibility(es) of socialincubation> Rita Serra, Mayrén Alavez-Vargas, Irina Castroand Raúl Garcia Barrios - Academic-communitycollaborations: what kind of hybrid institutions forknowledge production and decisions on collectivemanagement?Citizens-consumers and societalchange> Séverine Thys - De consommateurs à citoyens,comment les consom’acteurs participent-ils à laTransition ? Le cas du Commerce équitable et deGAC> Robbe Geysmans and Lesley Hustinx - Customer orgood citizen? Conflicting logics and the creation ofa hybrid citizen-consumer in a Flemish ‘fair trade’social enterprise> Katarzyna Cieslik - Fostering Systemic Change -Social Entrepreneurship as OppositionPARALLEL SESSIONS 8Thursday, July 4, 2013Sart-Tilman campus09:00-10:30
    • 204thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013Typologies/clusters of socialenterprises> Thomas Scheuerle and Robert Münscher, Market-based strategies of social and ecological impact- A comparison between social enterprises fromWestern Europe, Northern America and Brazil> Mike Gordon - The development and application ofa typology of social enterprise ‘traditions’> Richard Tuck and Eva Balan Vnuk - Unpacking theSocial Enterprise> Yaso Thiru - Social Enterprise Orienting:Shareholder Profit to Stakeholder ProsperityEmerging Issues for Social Enterprisein North-Eastern Asia (China, Japan,Korea)> Eric Bidet and Hyungsik Eum - The generalsituation of social enterprise in South Korea andthe specific case of medical coops> Masanari Sakurai - After the miserable sight:Crustal changes in SEs after the 3.11 earthquakeoccurred in Japan> Xiaomin Yu and Xiulan Zhang - Socialentrepreneurship in China’s nonprofit sector: Thecase of innovative participation of civil society inpost-disaster reconstruction> Sachiko Nakagawa and Rosario Laratta - Rethinkingthe human resources management for a sustainablesocial enterprise: A study of Japanese WISEsMulti-stakeholder approaches ofgovernance> Giulio Ecchia, Martin Gelter, and Piero Pasoti -Participated Governance, Regulation and ValueDistribution> Hajime Imamura, Masanari Sakurai - Relational Skillsfor Horizontal Solidarity of Heterogeneous SocialEnterprises - Have There been a Paradigm shiftamong Japanese Civil Society Organizations andPublic Authorities after 3.11 Great Earthquake?> Arno Geurtsen and And Verstraeten - Towardstailor made stakeholder interaction for socialenterprises> Kim Junki and Jonathan Bokgyo Jeong -Stakeholder Environments of South Korean SocialEnterprises> Jarrod Ormiston and Richard Seymour - Managingmulti-sector collaboration in social investment: Theaffect of diverse approaches to impact assessmentSecuring Livelihoods: InformalEconomy Practices and Institutions:the case for collective strategies> Isabelle Hillenkamp - Solidarity and Protection inBolivian Popular Economy> Maïté le Polain de Waroux and Marthe Nyssens - Ananalysis of the socio-economic logics underpinningformal and informal strategies for coping witheconomic hardships in South Kivu> Thomas Bauwens and Andreia Lemaître - Doinformal initiatives in the South share a capitalistlogic or are they the seeds of a solidarity economy?The case of Santiago de ChileThe State’s Role and Public Policy onthe Development of Social Enterprisein Eastern Asia (1)> Li Zhao - Enabling Environments for SocialEnterprise Development in China> Kam-Tong Chan - Development of SocialEnterprises in Hong Kong: A Review of PolicyInitiative> Hajime Imamura - Social Economy Enterpriseand the public policy in Japan –Uniqueness ofits development and current status in the socialservice provision policy10:30 Break09:00-10:30
    • 21Health and social care provision> Malin Gawell - Social enterprises - a powerful toolfor young and/or disabled people?> Michael Roy - Conceptualizing Social Enterpriseas a health and well-being ‘intervention’: anIntegrative Review> Ryun Kim Hye - Social care and social enterprise inthe Republic of Korea> Florence Degavre and Marthe Nyssens - CareRegimes on the Move in Europe: Home care to frailadults in Belgium, Germany, Italy and the UK. Acomparison of care regimes in a context of deeptransformation under a Polanyian perspective.Social entrepreneurs profiles andmotivations> Andrew J. Germak - Social entrepreneurshipmotivation: A quantitative analysis of nascentsocial entrepreneurs> Millán Díaz-Foncea and Carmen Marcuello Servós- Who creates cooperatives in Aragon? Whichmotivations are there?> Kai Hockerts - The Impact of Effectual and CausalDecision Making on Social EntrepreneurialIntentions Formation> Brigitte Hoogendoorn, Niels Bosma, VeroniqueSchutjens, and Beate Volker - What drivesentrepreneurs’ pursuit of social business goals?Social innovation and collaborativelearning in the relation between theacademia and the social and solidarityeconomy - II> Marília Veríssimo Veronese, Henrique Scholz -Social Technology in the Technological Incubatorsof Popular Cooperatives: the case of the Incubatorof Canoas, Rio Grande do Sul> Lars Hulgård and Linda Lundgaard Andersen -Social Innovation and Collaborative Learning – 8years of practice with MA programs, capacitybuilding and continued education in socialentrepreneurship and social innovation> Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Maria Paula Meneses,Aline Mendonça, and Luciane Lucas - The PopularUniversity of Social Movements in the ecology ofknowledges and intercultural translation> Jean-Louis Laville - Transferring from North toSouth: first elements of learning in a solidarityeconomy incubatorSocial enterprise and communityresilience> Mary O’Shaughnessy and Patricia O’Hara, SocialEnterprise in a Time of Crisis - Back to the Future inIreland?> Shu-twu Wang and Yu-Yuan Kuan - The Importanceof Social Entrepreneurship/Social Innovation onthe Development of the Community - based SocialEnterprises in Taiwan“Where the Wild Things Are”: SocialEnterprise as a Zoo> Dennis Young - The Social Enterprise Zoo:Understanding the Diversity of Social EnterpriseElisabeth Searing - Feeding the Zoo: DietaryVariants between Corporate Forms Thema andMonroe-White - Surviving the Zoo: Innovation inthe US Social Enterprise Context> Cassady Brewer - Modest Proposals for SocialEnterprise Tax Reform> Janelle Kerlin - Considering Context: SocialEnterprise in Comparative PerspectivePARALLEL SESSIONS 9Thursday, July 4, 2013Sart-Tilman campus11:00-12:30
    • 224thEMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise | Liege, July 1 - 4, 2013Volunteering> Robbe Geysmans, Lucas Meijs and LesleyHustinx - The professional connectionists: on thecoordination of corporate volunteering projects> Vantilborgh T, Griep Y., and Pepermans R. - Theprofessional connectionists: on the coordination ofcorporate volunteering projects> Griep Y., Vantilborgh T., Pepermans R. -Psychological contract and counterproductivework behavior in SE: volunteers’ and paid workers’reactions to psychological contract breach> Marina Schenkel, Paolo Ermanol, and ItamarShachar - The use of volunteers in the provision ofpublic servicesGoverning cooperatives> Frederick Seddon - The UK’s first professionalsymphony orchestra cooperative: Musician’s hopesand fears> Richard Lang - Social Enterprise Models in theHousing Sector - Empirical Evidence from Austria> Silvia Saccetti and Ermanno Tortia - Beyonddemocracy? The external governance ofcooperatives> Thadée Niyungeko - La gouvernance descoopératives en situation de conflit et post-conflit> Tassadit Zerdani - Gouvernance de réseauxd’entreprises sociales et collectives : dynamique,configurations, processus et rôle du travailinstitutionnelSocial entrepreneurship and leadership> Bianca Stumbitz - Social Entrepreneurship Shapedby the Life Course> Magdalena Kloibhofer and Karin Kreutzer -Founders’ Imprint on Organizational Identity – TheRole of Leadership Styles> Yoshi Matsunaga - Social Entrepreneurship andLeadership in JapanThe State’s Role and Public Policy onthe Development of Social Enterprisein Eastern Asia (2)> Joon-Shik Park - Private-public Partnership and theFuture of Sustainable Social Economy in Korea> Dong-Gyu Ahn - Private-public Partnership and theFuture of Sustainable Social Economy in Korea> Yu-Yuan Kuan and Shu-Twu Wang - From GivingGrants for Personnel Expenditures to theProvision of Consulting Services: A Study on theTransformation of Public Policy Measures onPromoting Social Enterprises in Taiwan12:30 Lunch11:00-12:30
    • 23FINAL PLENARY SESSIONNEW FRONTIERS FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE RESEARCHChair: Lars Hulgård, Roskilde University, DenmarkRoundtable with:> Isabelle Hillenkamp, University of Geneva, Switzerland> Chan Kam-Tong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China> Taco Brandsen, Radboud University, The Netherlands> Marilla Veronese, UNISINOS, Brazil (TBC)Thursday, July 4, 2013Sart-Tilman campus13:30-14:30
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