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The Work Integration Social Enterprises as “Learning Organizations”: In the quest for a new local governance in order to build another model of local sustainable development

Pascal Glémain, ()
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Pascal Glémain,: Management Sciences and in Social Economy, University Rennes 2, France

Chapter 2 in Providing public goods and commons. Towards coproduction and new forms of governance for a revival of public action, 2018, vol. 1, pp 37-54 from CIRIEC - Université de Liège

Abstract: The model of sustainable development implies political support from local authorities to the actors of this territorial dynamic which is sustained by the social and solidarity economy’s organizations and this, whether is their potential of transformation in the economic, social and environmental level. In this context, social enterprises as learning organizations involved in the field of integration through economic appear like “firms” at the heart of the features of development of the territory and local development process, in the way of a dialogue “company-territory” as descending as ascending in servicing employment through learning processes with work. To demonstrate this, we rely on the case of “ateliers et chantiers d’insertion” (ACI), which are sustained by the institutions of the French network Chantier école. A large part of this contribution comes from a working paper out of the research program ICSEM-SOCENT into the European network EMES.

Keywords: social enterprise; learning organization; integration; local sustainable development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A13 D23 L31 M13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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