Social Enterprise in Europe: Governance Models. An analysis of governance models in social enterprises through a comparative study of the legislation of eleven countries
One of the aspects least focused upon in studies of Social Enterprises is governance, which is crucial when defining a type of governing system that could improve its efficiency and efficacy. The need to consider both social and economic aims in the decision-making process furthermore emphasizes the importance of: stakeholder participation, accountability, and transparency. This paper explores governance through an in-depth analysis and comparison of the legislation of eleven European countries on social enterprises or social cooperatives. The countries included are: Belgium, Finland, France, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Latvia and the United Kingdom.
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|Note:||Claudio Travaglini Università di Bologna Dipartimento di Scienze Aziendali Via Zamboni, 33 Bologna, Italy 40126 Tel: (+39) 348-27-16-811 Fax: (+39) 0543-26-997 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Federica Bandini Università di Bologna Facoltà di Economia di Forlì Piazzale della Vittoria, 15 Forlì, Italy 47121 Tel: (+39) 339-78-55-982 Fax: (+39) 0543-26-997 e-mail: email@example.com Kristian Mancinone Università di Bologna Facoltà di Economia di Forlì Piazzale della Vittoria, 15 Forlì, Italy 47121 Tel: (+39) 339-78-55-982 Fax: (+39) 0543-26-997|
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