Social Enterprise and Social Innovation

  1. Nicholls, A., and Teasdale, S. (2016) Neoliberalism by stealth? Exploring continuity and change within the UK social enterprise policy paradigm, Policy & Politics, published online October 27 2016, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1332/030557316X14775864546490

  2. Ayob, N., Teasdale, S., and Fagan, K. (forthcoming) How social innovation ‘came to be’: tracing the evolution of a contested concept, Journal of Social Policy
  3. Baglioni, S. and Sinclair S. (forthcoming-2017) Social Innovation and Social Policy: Theory, Policy-Making and Practice. Bristol: Policy Press.

  4. Macaulay, B. (forthcoming) Considering social enterprise involvement in the commissioning of health services in Shetland, Local Economy

  5. Montgomery, T.  Baglioni, S. Mazzei, M. and Sinclair, S. (forthcoming)‘Who Cares? The Social Care Sector and the Future of Youth Employment in Scotland’,Policy and Politics.

  6. Steiner, A., and Teasdale, S. (forthcoming) The playground of the rich: Growing social business in the 21st Century, Social Enterprise Journal

  7. Dey, P., and Teasdale, S. (2016) The tactical mimicry of social enterprise strategies: Acting ‘as if’ in the everyday life of third sector organizations, Organization, http://org.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/02/23/1350508415570689.abstract

  8. Montgomery, T. (2016). Are Social Innovation Paradigms Incommensurable? Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. doi:10.1007/s11266-016-9688-1

  9. Steiner, A. (2016) Assessing the effectiveness of a capacity building intervention in empowering hard to reach communities. Journal of Community Practice (accepted, forthcoming).

  10. Steiner, A. Woolvin, M. and Skerratt, S. (2016) Measuring community resilience over time: developing and applying a ‘hybrid evaluation’ approach. Community Development Journal (accepted, forthcoming).

  11. Agafonow, A. and Donaldson, C (2015) The economic rationale behind the social business model: a research agenda. Social Business 5: 5-15.

  12. Munoz, S-A., Steiner, A. and Farmer, J. (2015) Processes of Community-Led Social Enterprise Development: Learning from the Rural Context, Community Development Journal, pp.50(3):478-493.

  13. McKay, S., Moro, D., Teasdale, S., and Clifford, D. (2015) The marketization of charities in England and Wales, Voluntas, 26(1): 336-354, http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11266-013-9417-y

  14. Roy, M. J., Hill O’Connor, C., McHugh, N., Biosca, O., & Donaldson, C. (2015). The New Merger: Combining Third Sector and Market-Based Approaches to Tackling Inequalities. Social Business, 5(1), 47–60. doi:10.1362/204440815X14267607784848

  15. Roy, M. J., Hill O’Connor, C., McHugh, N., Biosca, O., & Donaldson, C. (2015). The New Merger: Combining Third Sector and Market-Based Approaches to Tackling Inequalities. Social Business, 5(1), 47–60. doi:10.1362/204440815X14267607784848

  16. Roy, M. J., McHugh, N., Huckfield, L., Kay, A., & Donaldson, C. (2015). “The Most Supportive Environment in the World”? Tracing the Development of an Institutional “Ecosystem” for Social Enterprise. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 26(3), 777–800. doi:10.1007/s11266-014-9459-9

  17. Roy, M. J., Sato, K., & Calò, F. (2015). Further Limits to Institutional Isomorphism? Introducing the “Neo-contingency Approach” to the Field of Community-Led Social Ventures. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 26(6), 2536–2553. doi:10.1007/s11266-014-9529-z

  18. Steiner, A. and Atterton, J. (2015) Exploring the contribution of rural enterprises to local development and resilience. Journal of Rural Studies, 40(2015), pp.30-45.

  19. Roy, M. J., Donaldson, C., Baker, R., & Kerr, S. (2014). The Potential of Social Enterprise to Enhance Health and Well-Being: A Model and Systematic Review. Social Science & Medicine, 123, 182–193. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.07.03

  20. Roy, M. J., McHugh, N., & Hill O’Connor, C. (2014). Social Innovation: Worklessness, Welfare and Well-being. Social Policy and Society, 13(3), 457–467. doi:10.1017/S1474746414000104

  21. Sinclair, S., McHugh, N., Huckfield, L., Roy, M. J., & Donaldson, C. (2014). Social Impact Bonds: Shifting the Boundaries of Citizenship. Social Policy Review 26: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy 2014, 119–136.

  22. Baglioni S, Oliveira Mota Luis F, S; (2013) Alike but not alike: Welfare state and unemployment policies in Southern Europe. Italy and Portugal compared. International Journal of Social Welfare, 22: 319–327

  23. McHugh, N., Sinclair, S., Roy, M. J., Huckfield, L., & Donaldson, C. (2013). Social Impact Bonds: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing? Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 21(3), 247–257. doi:10.1332/204674313X13812372137921

  24. Montgomery, T. (2013). Implementing a Scottish Social Innovation Strategy: Support from the European Regional Development Fund 2014 - 2020. Edinburgh: Scottish Government/ERDF. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/0043/00434672.pdf.

  25. Roy, M. J., Donaldson, C., Baker, R., & Kay, A. (2013). Social Enterprise: New Pathways to Health and Well-being? Journal of Public Health Policy, 34(1), 55–68. doi:10.1057/jphp.2012.61

  26. Cam Donaldson, Rachel Baker, Francine Cheater, Morag Gillespie, Neil McHugh, Stephen Sinclair (2011)Social Business, health and well-beingSocial Business 1, 1: 17-35

  27. Cam Donaldson, Rachel Baker, Morag Gillespie, Stephen Sinclair, Neil McHugh, Flora Cornish, Francine Cheater, Jackie Tombs, John Godwin (2011) Markets and health in the home of Smith and Yunus. The Journal of Social Business 11: 155-167

  28. McCallum C, Donaldson C and Anderson M. Grameen Caledonian Partnership - how a university can help spread and develop a new approach to society’s ills. Social Business 2011; 1: 59-67.

  29. McHugh N, Baker R, Donaldson C, McCallum C, Faivretavignot B, Dalsace F, Okada M, Charles J, Hoshino H, Ahmed A, Khan R, Kam WP, Grove AK, Biggeri M, Testi E, Heinecke A, Kreutzer K, Faust J. Microcredit and social business: from current ‘crises’ to future promise. A message of academic support for Professor Muhammad Yunus. Journal of Social Business 2011; 1: 94-106.

  30. Baglioni S, Numerato D (2011) The dark side of social capital: An ethnography of sport governance. International Review for the Sociology of Sport

  31. Baglioni S, Baumgarten B, Chabanet D, Lahusen C (2010) Transcending Marginalization: The Mobilization of the Unemployed in France, Germany, and Italy in a Comparative Perspective. The International Quarterly, 13(3): 323-335

  32. Baglioni S, Della Porta D, Graziano P (2008) The contentious politics of unemployment: The Italian case in comparative perspective. European Journal of Political Research, 47: 827–851