The social economy : building inclusive economies / edited by Antonella Noya and Emma Clarence.
- Paris : OECD, c2007.
- Local economic and employment development
- Government document
249 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
- Nonprofit organizations -- Economic aspects -- OECD countries.
Non-governmental organizations -- Economic aspects -- OECD countries.
International economic integration.
Globalization -- Social aspects.
- Social economy -- also known as "non-profit" or "third sector" -- organizations have grown in number and relevance, contributing to employment, social inclusion, democratic participation and community building. Much remains to be done, however, to create the necessary enabling environment to support their creation and development and to mainstream the sector in economic and social policies. This publication offers new insights into the economic theory of social economy organizations, their role in an evolving political and economic context, and the links to local development and the empowerment of users. Building on theoretical and empirical developments in OECD member countries, the publication also presents the main challenges for the social economy in Central East and South East Europe. Recommendations for action are included.--Publisher's description.
- Social economy organisations in the theory of the firm
The social economy in the new political economic context
The role of the social economy in local development
Social enterprises, institutional capacity and social inclusion
The social economy: diverse approaches and practices in Europe and Canada
The social economy in Central East and South East Europe
A supportive financing framework for social economy.
- "LEED Programme"--P.  of cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Noya, Antonella.
Local Economic and Employment Development (Program)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
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