The co-creation of social ventures through bricolage, for the displaced, by the displaced

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Cheung, C, Caleb, K, Manzoor, H, Rashid, MU, Bhattarai, C and Kim, Y (2019). The co-creation of social ventures through bricolage, for the displaced, by the displaced. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research.
AuthorsCheung, C, Caleb, K, Manzoor, H, Rashid, MU, Bhattarai, C and Kim, Y
Abstract

Internally displaced persons are those that have a well-founded fear of persecution due to their race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership of a particular social group, and have moved from one part of the country to a new host location, as ‘they cannot return home or are afraid to do so’ (UNHCR, 2017, p.1). With social enterprises being praised for their ability to develop bottom-up, demand-driven approaches in reaching their target groups in a financially sustainable manner (Di Domenico, et al., 2010), they can potentially be an alternative to the top-down relief approach for solving complex economic and social problems of internally displaced populations in war and conflict zones (Paresashvili & Erkomaishvili, 2016; Džunić et al., 2018; Milovanović and Maksimović, 2018).

Year2019
JournalInternational Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research
PublisherEmerald
ISSN1355-2554
Publication dates
Print07 May 2019
Publication process dates
Deposited16 Jan 2019
Accepted07 Jan 2019
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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