Social Enterprise

21 June 2018

Financial tools for Social enterprises

Editors: Paolo Venturi (Scientific co-ordinator, Executive Director of AICCON) Sara Rago (Researcher, Manager of the Research Area of AICCON)   Project objectives FIT4SE – Financial Tools […]
19 October 2017

162 – Civil economics: definition and strategies for sustainable well-living

Abstract The civil economics paradigm presented in this paper has two main characteristics. First, it identifies the philosophical roots of the limits of our socioeconomic system […]
14 July 2017

160 – The role of the social economy in migrants’ reception and integration

Abstract In this paper we consider the phenomenon of the reception of migrants, political refugees and asylum seekers in Southern European countries as instance of patterns […]
1 March 2017

157 – The firm as a common. The case of the accumulation and use of capital resources in co-operative enterprises

Abstract Contemporary literature dealing with the governance of the exploitation of common-pool natural resources was initiated by Elinor Ostrom in 1990, and has been growing fast […]
29 January 2017

FIT4SE – Financial Tools for Social Enterprises

The main general goal this project, led by Legacoop Romagna, is to contribute to the development of a social finance market by enabling more and more […]
29 July 2016

CO-SIRA: Co-Produced Social Innovation Research Agenda

In August 2014 the EMES network, in collaboration with AICCON, Radboud University (The Netherlands) and Roskilde University (Denmark), embarked on a collaborative effort to give researchers the […]
14 October 2015

144 – Innovative partnerships for the utilisation of confiscated assets previously owned by mafias

ABSTRACT Purpose The third sector is a producer of trust and positive social interactions, the mafias destroy trust and social norms. To confiscate assets and the […]
20 June 2012

109 – Increasing Voluntary Contribution in a Public Goods Game through a Behavioral Policy Implementation: an Experimental Test

Abstract The aim of this work is to show that in a repeated Public Goods Game situation it is possible, through the implementation of a properly […]
25 January 2012

99 – Credit Markets with Ethical Banks and Motivated Borrowers

Abstract This paper investigates banks’ corporate social responsibility. Two different competitive credit markets do exist: one for standard projects and one for ethical ones. Ethical projects […]
16 October 2009

68 – Wage differentials in social enterprises: education premium and the role of PPP geographical disparities

Abstract In Italy social enterprises include more than 7,000 institutions with around 250,000 workers serving more than three million people, a big share of which disadvantaged. […]