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Southern Ontario Social Economy Node


Projects By Cluster

Mapping Southern Ontario’s Social Economy

Project 1&2 :      Mapping of Social Economy Organisations

Project 3 :            Mapping of Social Purpose Businesses

Project 29 :         Mapping of Unincorporated Nonprofit & Voluntary Organizations

Project 30 :         Mapping of Online Social Enterprises

Project 31 :         Survey of Ontario's Mutual Insurance Companies

 

The Impact of Social Economy Organizations

Project 4 :            The Social Economy in Organic Agriculture

Project 5 :            To Investigate Fair and Ethical Trade and Local Public Procurement Policies in Canada

Project 6 :            To Analyze the Efforts of the Planet Bean Coffee Co-Operative to Develop A New Fair Trade Products (Cotton) with Local Partners in the Indian States of Tamil Nadu and Gujurat

Project 7 :            Life Capital Social Economy Project

Project 8 :            To Explore the Successes and Failures in the Greening of the Social Economy Within Waterloo, Toronto, Peterborough, Hamilton, and Elora

Project 9 :            Social Innovation through Cross-Sector Models of Collaboration

Project 10 :         To Explore the Synthesis Between Urban Food Security and Rural Food Producers Through Such Social-Economy Projects as Catering, Community Gardens, Collective Kitchens

Project 11 :         An Exploration of the Potential Impact of the Co-operative Model on the lives of Minority Francophones Living in Southern Ontario

Project 12 :         Service Learning in the Social Economy

Project 13 :         Social Enterprise Research on Value Added (SERVA) Project

Project 32 :         To Investigate Cree Concepts of Land and Environment and the Relevance of Social Economy Concepts

 

Improving the Capacity of SEOs to Demonstrate their Value

Project 14 :         Financial Planning for Social Enterprises - Testing the 100% Business Cost Recovery Metric

Project 15 :         To Develop and Operationalize a Social Accounting Model That Can Be Applied to Social Enterprises

Project 16 :         To Create a Process and a Set of Indicators That, Initially, Measure the "Co-Operative Difference" and, Subsequently, Measure Other Social Factors

Project 17 :         To Explore if Social and Environmental Accounting Tools Exist Which Could Be Brought to Bear on Creating a Common Understanding of Stewardship

Project 18 :         Cooperative Education: Dimensions of Rochdale V

Project 19 :         High School Textbooks Project

Project 20 :         New Social Economy Initiatives in Latin America

 

Developing Policy

Project 21 :         To Analyze the Relationship Between the Ontario Government and SEOs

Project 22 :         To Study Employer-Supported Volunteerism

Project 23 :         To Explore Ontario’s Mandatory Community Service Program, its Impact in Introducing Students to the Social Economy, and its Policy Implications

Project 24 :         Exploring the Impact of Organizational Ownership Structures on the Decision Making Process of Boards of Directors

Project 25 :         To Explore the Human Resource Practices and Policies in SEOs

Project 26 :         Work Stoppages in Social Economy Organizations

Project 33 :         A Comparison of Policy Frameworks for Social Enterprises and Non-profits in Ontario and Quebec

Project 34 :         An Overview of the Different Policy Frameworks for the Support and Development of Co-operatives in Quebec and Ontario

Project 35 :         An Overview of the Different Policy Frameworks and Organizational Support Systems for the Support and Development of Student Co-operatives in Quebec and Ontario

 

Extending Theory

Project 27 :         To Synthesize the Social Economy Framework and Theories on Corporate Social Behaviour

Project 28 :         The Role of Ideology and Gender Composition in Social Economy Organizations

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