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  1. Living and sharing an EMPOWER-SE meeting through a researcher’s eyes

    As you know, we like sharing what we do to advance research but, most of all, we love when those who make this research community a reality share their impressions with us. This is the case for the meeting we held in Budapest last week as part of the Empower-SE Action. The representative of the […]

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  2. Looking at welfare societies in transition through Polanyian lenses: Papers available to download

    A total of 13 papers have been published as part of the 3rd EMES-Polanyi Seminar held in Roskilde in April 2018. As we explained in a previous post, the energy gathered in this seminar was really hard to capture but these papers do provide an overview of the range of topics and academic perspectives that participant […]

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  3. Sharing practices and approaches to tackle the migration and refugee challenge in Europe

    The WG2 COST Research Workshop “Tackling the migration and refugee challenge” organized in the framework of the COST Action EMPOWER-SE, succeeded in creating a fruitful discussion forum among over 40 researchers coming from 15 diverse EU countries, who are studying the migration phenomenon from different disciplinary angles. During the two-days COST workshop economists, sociologists, anthropologists […]

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  4. Second Wave of STSM grants

    As you already know, our COST ACTION relies on multiple Networking Tools. Among them, Short-term Scientific Visits (STSM) have proven to be of interest to some of our members. Previously, we had the pleasure to introduce the first four STSM scholarship grantees: Ignacio Bretos, Natasha Gjorevska, Marthe Nyssens and Giorgia Trasciani. In this news piece, we are happy to announce that […]

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  5. “Resilient organizations in the third sector”, new e-book from TSI

    This book is a collection of stories of combining different institutional logics as TSOs move towards hybridity, and of the capacity to react to changing environments without giving up on their core missions. The TSOs presented here continue to contribute to the well-being of citizens in Europe through "innovativeness", the provision of services as well as avenues for active participation.

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  6. “Feels like home to me”: A Faculty Members’ view on the last Training School

    It’s always the hardest part to capture the added value that a network like EMES creates for researchers involved in the vast research area covered by social enterprise and related topics like third sector, voluntary associations, social and solidarity economy, etc. This is why when we received Tracey Coule‘s account of her first had experience […]

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  7. EMPOWER-SE Calls for papers: ICSEM and WG 1 Calls

    We are thrilled to open two calls for papers. Such opportunities do indeed bring us much enthusiasm as they directly support the mission of our EMPOWER-SE COST ACTION. Not only do they promote the development of original knowledge on SE models but they also intensify your participation in the SE research community dialogue!   The EMPOWER-SE WG1 […]

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  8. Special Issue of the Journal of Business Ethics: “The Ethics of the Commons”

    EMES’ individual member, Marek Hudon, is one of the guest editors of the Special Issue of the Journal of Business Ethics on “The Ethics of the Commons.” Together with Helen Haugh, Camille Meyer and Ana María Peredo, they will edit this Special Issue whose Call for Papers has just been published. Echoing with a theoretically and politically powerful […]

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  9. How to gain our (research) consciousness back: On the impossible task of summarizing the 3rd EMES-Polanyi International Seminar

    Opportunities to actively be stimulated, learn and connect to like-minded and committed fellow researchers do not abound. The third edition of the EMES-Polanyi Seminar, this year co-organized by the EMPOWER-SE COST Action, has confirmed to be a rare moment of such deep thought, learning and sharing. While Karl Polanyi has not yet reached the position […]

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  10. Doctoral Seminar in Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy (SEPHI)

      Two EMES Members, Benjamin Huybrechts and Virginie Xhauflair, take part in the organization of the second edition of the Doctoral Seminar in Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy (SEPHI) in Paris on the 16 and 17 July 2018, right after the ISTR Conference in Amsterdam. The seminar will gather about 20 doctoral students from different countries working at […]

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