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A brief Institutional Analaysis of Social Business as Option for Startups in Nepal

In this slides I briefly summarized the findings of the empiric essay,which I wrote based on the experience I had working for a social business incubation.

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A brief Institutional Analaysis of Social Business as Option for Startups in Nepal

  1. 1. In cooperation with: Ingeborg Patsch
  2. 2. In cooperation with: Underlying Theories Kim Alter (2015) Christian Felber (2012)
  3. 3. In cooperation with: Social Business Typology
  4. 4. In cooperation with: Institutional Analysis Based on Hollingsworth (2002)
  5. 5. In cooperation with: Norms & Values • Ariely: social norms and economic norms contradictory Level 1 & 2 Institutional Arrangements
  6. 6. In cooperation with: • Health Sector • Finance Sector • Business regulation • Social Business Sector? • Social Busines Regulations? Level 3 & 4 7 15 4 2 3 3 7 2 4 2 Tentative distribution of Social Business in Nepal Type A – Customer Type B - Employment Type C - Supplier Type D - Environment Type E - Society inside KTM- Valley: 31 outside KTM- valley: 18
  7. 7. In cooperation with: Customer • Does it reach to customers, who really needs it? • Is it a synergic satisfier of basic human needs (Max-Neef)? Environment • Is the product designed towards a cradle to cradle-principle? • If not: does it internalize environmental costs? Employees • Can the level of income give security and sustain families? • Are the working conditions able to adjust to humans? Level 5 (Common Good Matrix)
  8. 8. In cooperation with: • SE reaching level 3 Sectors: embedding needed • Level 4: More research: Lyne et al for Cambodia • Measurement tools and incentives for Level 5 • Continuing dialog and academic reflection Conclusion

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