EFES NEWSLETTER: Rectification about European Parliament’s study

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     Subscribe  /  Unsubscribe  /  Membership                                                        EFES NEWSLETTER – JULY 2013 Rectification about European Parliament’s study The European Parliament – Economic & Scientific Policy Department published a study named “Employee Financial Participation and Companies’ Proceeds”. This study published by the European Parliament was quoted by the European Commission as the most …

Mike Lewis – Announcing Launch of ‘The Resilience Imperative’

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New Society Publishers, the Canadian Centre for Community Renewal, the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance, and the new economics foundation announce the release of The Resilience Imperative Co-operative Transitions to a Steady-State Economy By Michael Lewis, Canadian Centre for Community Renewal and Pat Conaty, new economics foundation, U.K. This is a book …

Business Regulation and Non-State Actors: Whose standards? Whose development?

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Business Regulation and Non-State Actors: Whose standards? Whose development? Edited by Darryl Reed, Peter Utting and Ananya Mukherjee-Reed Routledge Studies in Development Economics, January 2012 Hardback: 978-0-415-59311-3 e-Book: 978-0-203-12692-9, 346 pages, Routledge, United Kingdom/United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), Switzerland This volume assesses the achievements and limitations of …

Bargaining Power for Social Entrepreneurs

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Join this Week’s Live Discussions Reclaiming the Investment Dialogue for Social Entrepreneurs Financially viable social enterprises are a scarce resource, and social entrepreneurs need to reclaim their position of power at the bargaining table, say Felix Oldenburg, Michael Vollman, Paula Cardenau and Renee Manuel, from Ashoka. What do you think? …