Social Economy – History and Present
Social economy is a term used to indicate those organizations in the „not-profit” sector and is situated between the public and private sector, while being different from both. Organizations included in this social economy category are often tightly connected to the deep economical and social regeneration through which a great community benefits from the success of an organization. Any financial surplus achieved by an organization is redirected towards further fulfilling the organization’s mission and helping the community it serves, and not for the personal gain of association’s management. It is useful to think to the expression “social economy” in terms of local economic and social regeneration, instead of attempting to define it.
Volume (Year): 60 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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