Social Economy

A social economy is a third sector among economies between the private (business) and public sectors (government). It includes organizations such as cooperatives, nonprofit organizations and charities. Social economy theory attempts to situate these organizations into a broader political economic context. In particular it investigates the economic viability of cooperatives and the value of non-profit organizations and charities in traditional economic theory.
Posts about Social Economy
  • The Social Executive with Dionne Kasian-Lew

    … you go to post photos of what you ate for lunch. So you if you go out to the social networks you are certainly going to see a lot of photographs of hamburgers, milkshakes, big chip burgers and shoes and all sorts of... Martin: Fish tacos, having been to San Diego. Dionne: What I often say to professionals is you really got to put it in context…

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