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Choice of governance models and implications for social enterprise development: Evidence from South Korea

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START DATE 27 March 2013
START TIME 12:00am

This event will be held in the Hendon Campus, C219 - 210 (Boardroom).

All welcome - post graduate and PhD students are particularly encouraged to attend

Refreshments will be provided - to confirm a place please notify Pamela Macaulay:

END DATE 27 March 2013
END TIME 12:00am

This event draws on survey and interview evidence to identify prevalent models of governance.

The literature on social enterprise governance has grown considerably in the last decade, leading to a range of theorisations and empirical studies centred primarily on social enterprises in the UK, Europe and the US. Whilst some articles have discussed the role and growth of social enterprises in Asia, the empirical evidence remains scant.

This presentation draws on survey and interview evidence to identify the prevalent models of governance (compliance, partnership, political and co-optation) in South Korean social enterprises drawing upon established conceptualisations. The result of this investigation is that only few South Korean social enterprises fall neatly into any of these models. As a result, we examined the type, age and size of social enterprises to highlight a range of differences in the relationships within and between board members and management. This might help us appreciate other aspects of governance processes and provide some initial reflections on a model based on development stages of social enterprises.

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