Beyond the state of the art: where do we go next on the topic of social enterprise, health and wellbeing?

Michael J. Roy, Jane Farmer

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Abstract

In this chapter, we attempt to bring the connections and key themes that have emerged across the whole book to ask what we have learned about social enterprise, health, and wellbeing. Our findings cross-validate the initial conceptual framework linking social enterprise with wellbeing realisation, but we challenge and extend existing thinking through building upon earlier work and presenting two new models that incorporate impacts at the levels of the individual, organisation, and community. We reflect on some of the key insights presented by our contributors, but also on the limitations of what we have covered, and have not been able to cover over the course of the book. We end by speculating where the topic of social enterprise, health, and wellbeing may go in the future, and what different methods and disciplinary lenses may bring to further explorations on the topic.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSocial Enterprise, Health, and Wellbeing: Theory, Methods, and Practice
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter1
Number of pages23
ISBN (Electronic)9781003125976
ISBN (Print)9780367647292
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Publication series

NameSocial Enterprise, Health, and Wellbeing: Theory, Methods, and Practice

Keywords

  • social enterprise
  • welfare
  • wellbeing
  • health

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