Sustainability Model for Social Enterprise: Experience from Thai Healthcare Sector
Anyanitha Distanont and
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Orapan Khongmalai: Thammasat Univeristy, Thailand
Anyanitha Distanont: Thammasat Univeristy, Thailand
Wathu Rojanavongse: CP, Thailand
The purpose of this research is to develop sustainability model for social enterprise (SMSE), especially, in the context of healthcare sector in Thailand. This study is a qualitative research, including 3 main phases i.e. model development, model testing, and model adjustment. Research findings show that there are 3 groups of activities in the sustainability model; which are 1) core activity, 2) supporting activity, and 3) externality; to contribute as success factors for Thai social enterprise in healthcare sector.
Keywords: Social Enterprise; Sustainable Development; Sustainability Model; Healthcare (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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