Rory Ridley-Duff and Mike Bull

Pub Date: Jan 2011  

Pages: 304

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Rory Ridley-Duff and Mike Bull 

Journal Articles

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Part 1 - Theoretical Perspectives on Social Enterprise

Chapter One- Third Sector and the Social Economy

Amin, A. (2009) "Extraordinarily Ordinary - Working in the Social Economy", Social
Enterprise Journal,
5(1): 30-49.

Morgan, G. G. (2008) “The Spirit of Charity”, Professorial Lecture, Centre for Individual and Organisation Development, Sheffield Hallam University, 3rd April.

Williams, C. (2007) "De-linking Enterprise Culture from Capitalism and Its Public Policy Implications", Public Policy and Administration, 22(4): 461-474.

Chapter Two- New Public Management and the Private Sector

Curtis, T. (2008) “Finding That Grit Makes a Pearl: A Critical Re-reading of Research into Social Enterprise”, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research,
14(5): 276-290.

Fawcett, B. and Hanlon, M. (2009) “The 'return to community' - Challenges to Human
Service Professionals, Journal of Sociology, 45: 433-444.

Simmons, R. (2008) “Harnessing Social Enterprise for Local Public Services - The Case of
New Leisure Trusts”, Public Policy and Administration, 23: 278-301.

Chapter Three - Defining Social Enterprise

Domenico, M., Tracey, P. and Haugh, H. (2009) “The Dialectic of Social Exchange: Theorizing Corporate-Social Enterprise Collaboration”, Organization Studies, 30(8): 887-907.

Lyon, F. and Sepulveda, L (2009) “Mapping social enterprises: past approaches, challenges and future directions”, Social Enterprise Journal, 5(1): 83-94.

Seanor, P., Bull, M. and Ridley-Duff, R. J. (2007) “Contradictions in social enterprise: do they draw in straight lines or circles?”, paper to 31st Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Glasgow, 5th-7th November.

Chapter Four - Social and Ethical Capital

Evans, M. and Syrett, S. (2007) “Generating Social Capital? The Social Economy and Local Economic Development”, European Urban and Regional Studies, 14(1): 55-74.

Seanor, P. and Meaton, J. (2008) “Learning from Failure, Ambiguity and Trust in Social Enterprise”, Social Enterprise Journal, 4(1): 24-40.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. (2007) “Moral Agency, Profits and the Firm: Economic Revisions
to the Friedman Theorem”, Journal of Business Ethics, 70: 209-220.

Chapter Five  - Globalisation and International Perspectives

Galera, G. and Borzaga, C., (2009) "Social enterprise: An international overview of its conceptual evolution and legal implementation", Social Enterprise Journal, 5(3): 210‑228.

Rothschild, J. (2009) “Workers‟ Cooperatives and Social Enterprise: a forgotten route to social equity and democracy”, American Behavioral Scientist, 52(7): 1023-1041.

Zhao, L. and Develtere, P., (2010) "New co-operatives in China: why they break away from orthodox co-operatives?", Social Enterprise Journal, 6(1): 35 - 48.


Part 2 - The Practice of Social Enterprise

Chapter Six  - Management Debates

Reid, K. and Griffith, J. (2006) “Social enterprise mythology: critiquing some assumptions”, Social Enterprise Journal, 2(1): 1-10.

Ridley-Duff, R. J. (2008) “Social Enterprise as a Socially Rational Business”, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 14(5): 291-312.

Smircich, L. and Morgan, G. (1982) "Leadership: The Management of Meaning", Journal of Applied Behavioural Studies, 18(3): 257-273.

Chapter Seven - Identities and Legalities

Ridley-Duff, R. J. (2009) “Cooperative social anterprises: company rules, access to finance and management practice”, Social Enterprise Journal, 5 (1): 50-68.

Turnbull, S. (2002) A New Way to Govern: Organisations and Society After Enron,
London: New Economics Foundation

Young, D. (2001) “Organizational Identity in Non-Profit Organisations”, Nonprofit
Management and Leadership
, 12(2): 139-157.

Chapter Eight - Strategic Management and Planning

Bull, M. (2007) “Balance: the development of a social enterprise business performance analysis tool”, Social Enterprise Journal, 3(1): 49-66.

Chadwick-Coule, T. (2010) “Social Dynamics and the Strategy Process: Bridging or
Creating a Divide between Trustees and Staff?”, Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector
in press, downloaded from: doi:10.1177/0899764009354646.

Conway, C. (2008) “Business planning training for social enterprise”, Social Enterprise Journal, 4(1): 57-73.

Chapter Nine - Governance, HRM and Employee Relations

Cornforth, C. (2004) “The Governance of Co-operatives and Mutual Associations: A Paradox Perspective”, Annals of Public and Co-operative Economics, 75(1): 11-32.

Ridley-Duff, R. J. (2010) “Communitarian Governance in Social Enterprises: Case Evidence from the Mondragon Cooperative Corporation and School Trends Ltd”, Social Enterprise Journal, 6(2): 125-145.

Low, C. (2006) “A Framework for the Governance of Social Enterprise”, International Journal of Social Economics, 33(5/6): 376-385.

Chapter Ten - Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship

Alvord S. H., David Brown, L. and Letts, C. W. et al. (2004) Social Entrepreneurship and Social Transformation, The Journal of Applied Behavioural Science, 40(3): 260-282.

Chell, E. (2007) “Social enterprise and entrepreneurship: towards a convergent theory of the entrepreneurial process”, International Small Business Journal, 25 (1): 5-26.

Spear, R. (2006) “Social Entrepreneurship: A different model?”, International Journal of Social Economics, 33(5/6): 399-410.

Chapter Eleven - Income Streams and Social Investment

Brown, J. (2006), “Equity Finance for Social Enterprises”, Social Enterprise Journal, 2(1): 73-81.

Brown, J. (2007) Tools for Loans and Other Forms of Finance, London: Finance Hub.

Emerson, J. (2000) “The Nature of Returns: A Social Capital Markets Inquiry Into Elements of Investment and the Blended Value Proposition”, Boston: Harvard Business School, Working Paper.

Chapter Twelve - Measuring Social Outcomes and Impacts

Mook, L., Richmond, B. J., and Quarter, J. (2003) “Integrated Social Accounting for Nonprofits: A case from Canada”, Voluntas, 14(3): 283-297.

Nicholls, A. (2009) “We Do Good Things, Don‟t We?”, Accounting, Organization and Society, 34: 755-767.

Pearce, J. and Kay, A. (2008) Really Telling Accounts: Report on a Social Accounting and Audit Research Project, Exeter: Social Audit Network.