Date Published:
Mar 14, 2017
Category:
Discussion Papers
Focus Area(s):
Code:
DP 2017-04 (Revised)

Social enterprises have been emerging globally as alternative organizations to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth. Success stories of social enterprises have shown that multiple bottom lines can be achieved; that firms can be vehicles for profit and other moral imperatives. In the Philippines, a resurgence of social enterprises has also been observed. However, the current policy environment in the country is yet unresponsive to the growth of social enterprises. There is a need to understand better the context of social enterprise operations through more rigorous research.

Citations

This publication has been cited 8 times

In other Publications
  1. Albert, Jose Ramon and Connie Dacuycuy. 2017. Evaluation and assessment of the effectiveness of the DSWD internal and external convergence as operationalized by the regional, provincial, and city/municipality action teams. Working Papers id:12299. eSocialSciences.
  2. Albert, Jose Ramon G. and Connie B. Dacuycuy. 2017. Evaluation and assessment of the effectiveness of the DSWD internal and external convergence as operationalized by the regional, provincial, and city/municipal action teams. Discussion Papers DP 2017-32. Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
In the Media
  1. Cai Ordinario. 2017. PIDS study supports grant of perks to social enterprises. Business Mirror.
  2. Insider Financial. 2019. PIDS urges policy thrust for social enterprises. Insider Financial.
  3. Mayvelin U. Caraballo. 2017. Social enterprises growing, need govt support — PIDS. Manila Times.
  4. Reyes, Rizal Raoul. 2020. Entrepreneurs seek to sustain spirit of social enterprise amid crises. Business Mirror.
  5. Senate of the Philippines. 2017. Keynote Speech of Senator Loren Legarda First Women's Economic Empowerment and Social Enterprise Regional Visioning and Engagement Conference in Asia. Senate of the Philippines.
  6. Wellston Journal. 2019. PIDS urges coverage thrust for social enterprises. Wellston Journal.


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