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By Cecilia Grieco
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4 Social Entrepreneurship Across Countries The considerable debate on how to univocally deﬁne the phenomenon of SE has been considerably nurtured by the existing differences among deﬁnitions and concepts, as identiﬁed in regions around the world. The question of how the context in which it takes place can shape the development of a social enterprise and result in the identiﬁcation of several elements in a country that can affect it. These elements mostly refer to speciﬁc socio-economic conditions (Kerlin 2009), existing institutions that 28 2 Conceptualizing Social Entrepreneurship can influence the growth of the non-proﬁt sector (Salamon and Sokolowski 2010), and national trends in entrepreneurship that are connected with government and society (Bosma and Levie 2010).
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As a consequence, non-proﬁt organizations aspiring to achieve a competitive advantage must adopt an entrepreneurial view in their key decisions and build and nurture distinctive capabilities (Mort et al. 2003). There is a branch of literature, however, for which SE is intended as innovative activities with a social objective that can also be developed by for-proﬁts relying on commercial capital and concerned with ﬁnancial returns (Mair and Marti 2006; Perrini 2007). From this perspective the central driver of SE is the social problem being addressed, and the legal form a social enterprise takes should be a decision based on the format that would most effectively mobilize the resources needed (Austin et al.
Assessing Social Impact of Social Enterprises: Does One Size Really Fit All? by Cecilia Grieco