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Title: Social Enterprises As An Approach of Corporate Social Responsibility : Innovations in Social Value Creation
Authors: Aditya, Pushkar
Keywords: School of Management and Labour Studies
Shajahan, P.K.
Corporate Social Responsibility - Social Value Creation
Social Enterprises - Corporate Social Responsibility
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: The traditional role of governments to assume sole responsibility for the welfare of people is changing because in a neo-liberal era more and more resources are drifting towards corporations. In this context, there is an increased expectation of the role of business in society. There is an increase in the amount of profit which Indian companies are making and also after the enactment of new Companies Act there is a huge increase in the availability of monetary resources for CSR. As a developing nation and the kind of socio economic disparity India has, there is need of renewed focus on the implementation of CSR with the objective of making it more proactive and impactful. As the current debate in CSR is to move beyond philanthropic approach, there are new approaches emerging. Social enterprises are one of them, which offers a new perspective of doing business which is self-sustaining and its products and services are aimed at social needs. Hence social enterprises demonstrate that how business can operate successfully while also addressing the societal needs. The growing attention towards finding new solutions for emerging social problems is also becoming an important part of the political, institutional and academic debate. At the same time today, innovations are relooked not only from the perspective of technology and market but also from a social perspective. Social enterprises offer a new perspective of doing business which is self-sustaining and its products and services are aimed at social needs. Hence perspective of social enterprises demonstrates that how business can operate successfully while also addressing the societal needs. Hence, this paper tries to comprehend the convergence between CSR, Social enterprises, social innovation and how they are contributing to social value creation. Phenomenology as an approach is used in this study for which empirical data is collected. The perspective of the three entities is reflected in the paper i.e. CSR, social enterprises funded by them and also of their beneficiaries. All the organization studied are based in Mumba
URI: http://192.168.194.112/handle/1/11445
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