User menu

L'entrepreneuriat social : Un thème pour la recherche passée, présente et future

Bibliographic reference Janssen, Frank ; Bacq, Sophie ; Brouard, François. L'entrepreneuriat social : Un thème pour la recherche passée, présente et future. In: Revue internationale P.M.E. : économie et gestion de la petite et moyenne entreprise, Vol. 25, no.3-4, p. 17-44 (2012)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/154721
  1. Acs, Z. et D.B. Audretsch (2003), Introduction to the Handbook of Entrepreneurship Research : An Interdisciplinary Survey and Introduction, Boston, Kluwer Academic.
  2. Alter, K. (2006), Social Enterprise Typology, Virtue Ventures LLC, 106 p., .
  3. Alvord Sarah H., Brown L. David, Letts Christine W., Social Entrepreneurship and Societal Transformation : An Exploratory Study, 10.1177/0021886304266847
  4. Anderson Robert B., Dana Leo Paul, Dana Teresa E., Indigenous land rights, entrepreneurship, and economic development in Canada: “Opting-in” to the global economy, 10.1016/j.jwb.2005.10.005
  5. Austin James, Stevenson Howard, Wei-Skillern Jane, Social and Commercial Entrepreneurship: Same, Different, or Both?, 10.1111/j.1540-6520.2006.00107.x
  6. Bacq, S. (2012), In Search for Social Impact and Financial Viability within Social Entrepreneurial Ventures : Definitional, Contextual, and Governance Issues, Thèse de doctorat, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgique.
  7. Bacq S., Janssen F., The multiple faces of social entrepreneurship: A review of definitional issues based on geographical and thematic criteria, 10.1080/08985626.2011.577242
  8. Bhowmick Sanjay, Social Cause Venturing as a Distinct Domain, 10.1080/19420676.2011.560390
  9. Bloom Paul N., Chatterji Aaron K., Scaling Social Entrepreneurial Impact, 10.2307/41166496
  10. Bornstein, D. (1998), « Changing the world on a shoestring », The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 281, n 1, p. 34-39.
  11. Boschee, J. (1995), « Social entrepreneurship : some non-profits are not only thinking about the unthinkable, they’re doing it – running a profit », Across the Board, the Conference Board Magazine, vol. 32, n 3, p. 20-25.
  12. Brakman Reiser, D. (2012), « Theorizing forms for social enterprise », Brooklyn Law School Legal Studies Research Papers, Accepted Paper Series, n 310, octobre, p. 36-41.
  13. Brouard, F. (2007), « Réflexion sur l’entrepreneuriat social », Association des sciences administratives du Canada (ASAC) 2007 Annual Conference, Ottawa, juin, vol. 28, n 21, p. 187-198.
  14. Brouard François, Larivet Sophie, Essay of Clarifications and Definitions of the Related Concepts of Social Enterprise, Social Entrepreneur and Social Entrepreneurship, 10.4337/9781849804684.00008
  15. Bruno, A.V. et T.T. Tyebjee (1982), « The environment for entrepreneurship », dans C.A. Kent, D.L. Sexton et K.H. Vesper (dir.), The Encyclopedia of Entrepreneurship, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall.
  16. Bruyat Chirstian, Julien Pierre-André, Defining the field of research in entrepreneurship, 10.1016/s0883-9026(99)00043-9
  17. CASE (2008), Developing the Field of Social Entrepreneurship : A Report from the Center for Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE), Duke University, Fuqua School of Business, juin, 31 p.
  18. Catford J., Social Entrepreneurs are Vital for Health Promotion--But They Need Supportive Environments Too, 10.1093/heapro/13.2.95
  19. Chell, E., J.M. Haworth et S.A. Brearley (1991), The Entrepreneurial Personality : Concepts, Cases and Categories, Londres, Routledge.
  20. Christie Michael J., Honig Benson, Social entrepreneurship: New research findings, 10.1016/j.jwb.2005.10.003
  21. Clark, C., W. Rosenzweig, D. Long et S. Olsen (2004), Double Bottom Line Project Report : Assessing Social Impact in Double Bottom Line Ventures, Columbia Business School.
  22. Commission européenne (2003), La situation sociale dans l’Union européenne, Luxembourg, Office des publications officielles des Communautés européennes.
  23. Salvado João Cotter, Social Enterprise Models and SPO Financial Sustainability: The Case of BRAC, 10.1080/19420676.2011.560172
  24. Cukier, W., S. Trenholm, D. Carl et G. Gekas (2011), « Social entrepreneurship : a content analysis », Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability, vol. 7, n 1, p. 99-119.
  25. Dacin M. Tina, Dacin Peter A., Tracey Paul, Social Entrepreneurship: A Critique and Future Directions, 10.1287/orsc.1100.0620
  26. Dacin Peter A., Dacin M. Tina, Matear Margaret, Social Entrepreneurship: Why We Don't Need a New Theory and How We Move Forward From Here., 10.5465/amp.2010.52842950
  27. Darby Lauren, Jenkins Heledd, Applying sustainability indicators to the social enterprise business model : The development and application of an indicator set for Newport Wastesavers, Wales, 10.1108/03068290610660689
  28. Dart Raymond, Being “Business-Like” in a Nonprofit Organization: A Grounded and Inductive Typology, 10.1177/0899764004263522
  29. Interview: Jeff Skoll, 10.1111/j.0955-6419.2004.00314.x
  30. Dees, G. (1998a), « Enterprising nonprofits », Harvard Business Review, vol. 76, n 1, p. 55-65.
  31. Dees, G. (1998b), The Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship, saisi le 31 octobre de , 6 p.
  32. Dees, G. et B. Battle Anderson (2006), « Framing a theory of social entrepreneurship : building on two schools of practice and thought », dans R. Mosher-Williams (dir.), Research on Social Entrepreneurship : Understanding and Contributing to an Emerging Field, ARNOVA Occasional Paper Series, vol. 1, n 3, p. 39-66.
  33. Desa, G. (2007), « Social entrepreneurship : snapshots of a research field in emergence », Third International Social Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Centre for Corporate Values and Responsibility (CVR), Frederiksberg, 18-19 juin.
  34. Dey, P. (2006), « The rhetoric of social entrepreneurship : paralogy and new language games in academic discourse », dans C. Steyaert et D. Hjorth (dir.), Entrepreneurship as Social Change : A Third Movements of Entrepreneurship, Cheltenham, Royaume-Uni, Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 121-144.
  35. Dixon Sarah E.A., Clifford Anne, Ecopreneurship – a new approach to managing the triple bottom line, 10.1108/09534810710740164
  36. DORADO SILVIA, SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES: DIFFERENT VALUES SO DIFFERENT PROCESS OF CREATION, NO?, 10.1142/s1084946706000453
  37. Drayton William, The Citizen Sector: Becoming as Entrepreneurial and Competitive as Business, 10.2307/41166136
  38. Gartner, W.B. (1985), « A conceptual framework for describing the phenomenon of new venture creation », Academy of Management Review, vol. 10, n 4, p. 696-706.
  39. Granados Maria L., Hlupic Vlatka, Coakes Elayne, Mohamed Souad, Social enterprise and social entrepreneurship research and theory : A bibliometric analysis from 1991 to 2010, 10.1108/17508611111182368
  40. Granovetter Mark, Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness, 10.1086/228311
  41. Hambrick, D.C. et P.A. Mason (1984), « Upper echelons : the organization as a reflection of its top managers », Academy of Management Review, vol. 9, n 2, p. 193-206.
  42. Haugh Helen, Community-Led Social Venture Creation, 10.1111/j.1540-6520.2007.00168.x
  43. Hill T. L., Kothari Tanvi H., Shea Matthew, Patterns of Meaning in the Social Entrepreneurship Literature: A Research Platform, 10.1080/19420670903442079
  44. Hoogendoorn, B., E. Pennings et A.R. Thurik (2010), « What do we know about social entrepreneurship : an analysis of empiricial research », International Review of Entrepreneurship, vol. 8, n 2, p. 1-42.
  45. Jäger Urs P., Managing Social Businesses, ISBN:9781349322145, 10.1057/9780230292420
  46. Johnson, S. (2000), « Literature review on social entrepreneurship », Document de travail, Canadian Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, 17 p.
  47. Kerlin Janelle A., Social Enterprise in the United States and Europe: Understanding and Learning from the Differences, 10.1007/s11266-006-9016-2
  48. Kickul Jill, Terjesen Siri, Justo Rachida, SBE special issue introduction, 10.1007/s11187-011-9397-5
  49. Korosec Ronnie L., Berman Evan M., Municipal Support for Social Entrepreneurship, 10.1111/j.1540-6210.2006.00601.x
  50. Kwong C. C. Y., Thompson P., Cheung C. W. M., The Effectiveness of Social Business Plan Competitions in Developing Social and Civic Awareness and Participation, 10.5465/amle.2011.0007a
  51. Lasprogata Gail A., Cotten Marya N., CONTEMPLATING "ENTERPRISE": THE BUSINESS AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP, 10.1111/j.1744-1714.2003.tb00002.x
  52. Leadbeater, C. (1997), The Rise of the Social Entrepreneur, Londres, Demos.
  53. Leeming K., Community businesses - lessons from Liverpool, UK, 10.1093/cdj/37.3.260
  54. Lumpkin, G.T. et G.G. Dess (1996), « Clarifying the entrepreneurial orientation construct and linking it to performance », Academy of Management Review, vol. 2, n 1, p. 135-172.
  55. Lumpkin G. T., Moss Todd W., Gras David M., Kato Shoko, Amezcua Alejandro S., Entrepreneurial processes in social contexts: how are they different, if at all?, 10.1007/s11187-011-9399-3
  56. Madill Judith, Ziegler Rafael, Marketing social missions-adopting social marketing for social entrepreneurship? A conceptual analysis and case study : Marketing social missions, 10.1002/nvsm.1434
  57. Mair, J. (2010), « Social entrepreneurship : taking stock and looking ahead », dans A. Fayolle et H. Matlay (dir.), Handbook of Research on Social Entrepreneurship, Cheltenham, Royaume-Uni, Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 15-28.
  58. Mair, J. et I. Martí (2004), « Social entrepreneurship : what are we talking about ? A framework for future research », Document de travail, IESE Business School, University of Navarra.
  59. Mair Johanna, Martí Ignasi, Social entrepreneurship research: A source of explanation, prediction, and delight, 10.1016/j.jwb.2005.09.002
  60. Social Entrepreneurship, ISBN:9781349545537, 10.1057/9780230625655
  61. Mason Chris, Kirkbride James, Bryde David, From stakeholders to institutions: the changing face of social enterprise governance theory, 10.1108/00251740710727296
  62. McGrath, R.G. (2003), « Connecting the study of entrepreneurship and theories of capitalist progress : an epilogue », dans Z.J. Acs et D.B. Audretsch (dir.), Handbook of Entrepreneurship Research : An Interdisciplinary Survey and Introduction, Boston, Mass., Dordrecht ; Londres, Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. 515-531.
  63. Miller Danny, The Correlates of Entrepreneurship in Three Types of Firms, 10.1287/mnsc.29.7.770
  64. Miller T. L., Wesley C. L., Williams D. E., Educating the Minds of Caring Hearts: Comparing the Views of Practitioners and Educators on the Importance of Social Entrepreneurship Competencies, 10.5465/amle.2011.0017
  65. Ndemo, E.B. (2006), « Assessing sustainability of faith-based enterprises in Kenya », Journal of Social Economics, vol. 33, n 5-6, p. 446-462.
  66. Neck Heidi, Brush Candida, Allen Elaine, The landscape of social entrepreneurship, 10.1016/j.bushor.2008.09.002
  67. Nicholls, A. (2008), Social Entrepreneurship : New Models of Sustainable Social Change, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 504 p.
  68. Parkinson Caroline, Howorth Carole, The language of social entrepreneurs, 10.1080/08985620701800507
  69. Peredo A. M., Chrisman J. J., TOWARD A THEORY OF COMMUNITY-BASED ENTERPRISE., 10.5465/amr.2006.20208683
  70. Peredo Ana María, McLean Murdith, Social entrepreneurship: A critical review of the concept, 10.1016/j.jwb.2005.10.007
  71. Pfeffer, J. et G.R. Salancik (1978), The External Control of Organizations : A Resource Dependence Perspective, New York, Harper and Row.
  72. Powell, W.W. et P. DiMaggio (1991), The New Institutionalism in Organizational Analysis, Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago Press.
  73. Roberts, D. et C. Woods (2005), « Changing the world on a shoestring : the concept of social entrepreneurship », University of Aukland Business Review, vol. 11, n 1, p. 45-51.
  74. Salamzadeh, A., Y. Salamzadeh et M. Nejati (2011), « Social entrepreneurship : analyzing literature and proposing a comprehensive model », The 9th Asian Academy of Management International Conference, 14-16 octobre, p. 520-525.
  75. Santos Filipe M., A Positive Theory of Social Entrepreneurship, 10.1007/s10551-012-1413-4
  76. Seelos Christian, Mair Johanna, Social entrepreneurship: Creating new business models to serve the poor, 10.1016/j.bushor.2004.11.006
  77. Shane S., Reflections on the 2010 AMR Decade Award: Delivering on the Promise of Entrepreneurship As a Field of Research, 10.5465/amr.2011.0078
  78. Shane, S. et S. Venkataraman (2000), « The promise of entrepreneurship as a field of research », Academy of Management Review, vol. 25, n 1, p. 217-226.
  79. Sharir Moshe, Lerner Miri, Gauging the success of social ventures initiated by individual social entrepreneurs, 10.1016/j.jwb.2005.09.004
  80. Shepherd Dean A., Patzelt Holger, The New Field of Sustainable Entrepreneurship: Studying Entrepreneurial Action Linking “What Is to Be Sustained” With “What Is to Be Developed”, 10.1111/j.1540-6520.2010.00426.x
  81. Short Jeremy C., Moss Todd W., Lumpkin G. T., Research in social entrepreneurship: past contributions and future opportunities, 10.1002/sej.69
  82. Smallbone, D., M. Evans, I. Ekanem et S. Butters (2001), « Researching social enterprise », Final report to the small business service, Londres, Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research, Middlesex University Business School, juillet, 88 p.
  83. Smith Brett R, Cronley Maria L, Barr Terri F, Funding Implications of Social Enterprise: The Role of Mission Consistency, Entrepreneurial Competence, and Attitude Toward Social Enterprise on Donor Behavior, 10.1509/jppm.11.033
  84. Spitzeck, H. et F. Janssen (2010), « Social entrepreneurship : implications for management practice », International Review of Entrepreneurship, vol. 8, n 2, p. 63-70.
  85. Stryjan, Y. (2006), « The practice of social entrepreneurship : theory and the Swedish experience », Journal of Rural Cooperation, vol. 34, n 2, p. 197-229.
  86. Sullivan Mort Gillian, Weerawardena Jay, Carnegie Kashonia, Social entrepreneurship: towards conceptualisation, 10.1002/nvsm.202
  87. Thalhuber, J. (1998), The Definition of Social Entrepreneur, National Centre for Social Entrepreneurs, p. 1-3.
  88. Thompson John, Alvy Geoff, Lees Ann, Social entrepreneurship – a new look at the people and the potential, 10.1108/00251740010340517
  89. Thornton Patricia H., Ocasio William, Institutional Logics and the Historical Contingency of Power in Organizations: Executive Succession in the Higher Education Publishing Industry, 1958– 1990, 10.1086/210361
  90. Tracey Paul, Jarvis Owen, Toward a Theory of Social Venture Franchising, 10.1111/j.1540-6520.2007.00194.x
  91. Venkataraman, S., S.D. Sarasvathy, N. Dew et W.R. Forster (2012), « Reflections on the 2010 AMR decade award : whither the promise ? Moving forward with entrepreneurship as a science of the artificial », Academy of Management Review, vol. 37, n 1, p. 21-33.
  92. Waddock Sandra A., Post James E., Social Entrepreneurs and Catalytic Change, 10.2307/976408
  93. Wallace, S.L. (1999), « Social entrepreneurship : the role of social purpose enterprises in facilitating community economic development », Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, vol. 4, n 2, p. 153-174.
  94. Weerawardena Jay, Mort Gillian Sullivan, Investigating social entrepreneurship: A multidimensional model, 10.1016/j.jwb.2005.09.001
  95. Young, D.R. (1983), If not for profit, for what ?, Lexington, Mass., Lexington Books.
  96. Yunus, M. (2009), « Social business entrepreneurs are the solution », dans H. Spitzeck, M. Pirson, W. Amann, S. Khan et E. Von Kimakowitz (dir.), Humanism in Business, Cambridge, Royaume-Uni, Cambridge University Press, p. 402-412.
  97. Yunus Muhammad, Moingeon Bertrand, Lehmann-Ortega Laurence, Building Social Business Models: Lessons from the Grameen Experience, 10.1016/j.lrp.2009.12.005
  98. Zahra Shaker A., Gedajlovic Eric, Neubaum Donald O., Shulman Joel M., A typology of social entrepreneurs: Motives, search processes and ethical challenges, 10.1016/j.jbusvent.2008.04.007
  99. Zietsma Charlene, Lawrence Thomas B., Institutional Work in the Transformation of an Organizational Field: The Interplay of Boundary Work and Practice Work, 10.2189/asqu.2010.55.2.189