Institutional Complexity and Social Entrepreneurship: A Fuzzy-Set Approach

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Munoz, PA; Kibler, E;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Elsevier

This study examines the local institutional complexity of social entrepreneurship. Building on a novel fuzzy-set analysis of 407 social entrepreneurs in the UK, the study identifies five configurations of local institutional forces that collectively explain the confiden... View more
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