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Préfaces/Introductions de revue (2019), Journal of Business Ethics, 159, pp. 301-305

The bright side of hybridity: Exploring how social enterprises manage and leverage their hybrid nature.

MONGELLI Luca, RULLANI Francesco, RAMUS Tommaso , RIMAC Tomislav

The Journal of Business Ethics has been at the forefront of this debate with its 2012 special issue “Social Entrepreneurship in Theory and Practice” (Pless 2012), which proposed a very pragmatic perspective focusing on the most practical constituencies of social entrepreneurship. Building on this ground, in 2016 a second special issue—“Social Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics: Does Social Equal Ethical?” (Chell et al. 2016)—has opened a new, interesting research route focused more specifically on the ethical challenges faced by social enterprises (André and Pache 2016; Chell et al. 2016) and social entrepreneurs (Bacq et al. 2016; Dey and Steyaert 2014; Smith et al. 2016). Lien vers l'article

MONGELLI, L., RULLANI, F., RAMUS, T. and RIMAC, T. (2019). The bright side of hybridity: Exploring how social enterprises manage and leverage their hybrid nature. Journal of Business Ethics, 159, pp. 301-305.