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July - August 2016
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V O L U M E 27, N U M B E R 4
July - August 2016

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TABLE OF CONTENTS


 


IN THIS ISSUE

Original Paper

Beyond Nonprofits: Re-conceptualizing the Third Sector

LesterM.Salamon & S.WojciechSokolowski

Original Paper

Voluntas Symposium: Comments on Salamon and Sokolowski’s Re-conceptualization of the Third Sector

JacquesDefourny, KirstenGrønbjerg, LucasMeijs, MartheNyssens & NaotoYamauchi

Original Paper

The Non-profit Sector is Dead, Long Live the Non-profit Sector!

WenjueKnutsen

Original Paper

The Phenomenon of Social Enterprises: Are We Keeping Watch on This Cultural Practice?

ClaudineiPereiraGonçalves, KesterCarrara & RichardsonMoroSchmittel

Original Paper

Social Enterprises and the EU’s Public Procurement Market

DanielaPirvu & EmiliaClipici

Original Paper

Social Impact Investing in Germany: Current Impediments from Investors’ and Social Entrepreneurs’ Perspectives

GunnarGlänzel & ThomasScheuerle

Original Paper

Always Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Community Organisations Controlling Assets

MikeAiken, MarilynTaylor & RebeccaMoran

Original Paper

How Social Entrepreneurs in the Third Sector Learn from Life Experiences

LauraScheiber

Original Paper

Personal Wellbeing of Participants of Social Purpose Enterprises: The Influence of Social Support

AndreaChan

Original Paper

Participatory Governance in Social Enterprise

VictorPestoff & LarsHulgård

OriginalPaper

Social Entrepreneurship Through an Organizational Ecology Lens: Examining the Emergence and Evolution of the Voucher School Population in Milwaukee

FredrikO.Andersson & MichaelR.Ford

Original Paper

Combined Effects: The Influence of Organizational Form and Structural Characteristics on Contract Performance in Mixed Sector Markets

JuliaL.Carboni

Original Paper

Exploring Organizational Form in the Affordable Rental Housing Sector

CatherineLeviten-Reid, AliciaLake & RobertCampbell

Original Paper

The Blurring Hypothesis Reconsidered: How Sector Still Matters to Practitioners

CurtisChild, EvaWitesman & RobertSpencer

Original Paper

NGO Hybridisation as an Outcome of HIV Services Delivery in Global Fund-Supported Programmes in Ukraine

SvetlanaMcGill

Original Paper

Resource Dependence as a Mechanism for Survival: The Case of the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital

GerardineDoyle, RosemarieKelly & SheilaO’Donohoe

Original Paper

Do Hybrid Organizational Forms of the Social Economy have a Greater Chance of Surviving? An Examination of the Case of Montreal

MarieJ.Bouchard & DamienRousselière

Original Paper

Open Innovation in Nonprofit Sports Clubs

FelixWemmer & JoergKoenigstorfer

Original Paper

Instrumental and Non-instrumental Factors of Social Innovation Adoption

MartinDietrich, MattiZnotka, HannahGuthor & FlorianHilfinger

Original Paper

Are Social Innovation Paradigms Incommensurable?

TomMontgomery

Book Review

Jack Quarter, Sherida Ryan, and Andrea Chan (Eds.), Social Purpose Enterprises: Case Studies for Social Change

CarolineShenazHossein

Book Review

Marie J. Bouchard and Damien Rousseliere (Eds.), The Weight of the Social Economy: An International Perspective

DonEmbuldeniya

Book Review

Review Essay

JonVan Til

 

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