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The Social Economy Centre developed a number of fact sheets and backgrounders based on some of the research carried out by the centre. These two-page descriptions of case study research are meant to be used by partner organizations to highlight their work and are also meant for general public consumption. They are meant to be shared widely.

The following are factsheets developed from the research projects carried out by the Southern Ontario Social Economy Node.

#04 Building Stronger Communities: Organic Farmers and the Social Economy By Jennifer Sumner and Sophie Llewelyn, University of Guelph

#08 Partnering and Resilience: Environmental Service Organizations in Times of Funding Cuts By Travis Gliedt, Paul Parker and Jennifer Lynes, University of Waterloo

#11 Francophone Immigrants: Challenges of Inclusion and the Co-operative Movement By Ginette Lafrenière, Maike Zinabou, Matt Riehl, and Sandy Hoy, Wilfrid Laurier University

#19 Notes in the Margins: The Social Economy in Economics and Business High School Textbooks By Daniel Schugurensky and Erica McCollum, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto

#21 Capturing the Complexity: How the Ontario Government Interacts with the Social Economy By Kathy Brock, Queen’s University

#22 Employer-Supported Volunteering: Corporate Participation in the Social Economy By Agnes Meinhard, Ryerson University, Femida Handy and Itay Greenspan, University of Pennsylvania

#23 Does Required Volunteering Work? Results from Ontario’s High School Community Service Program By Paulette Padanyi, University of Guelph; Mark Baetz and Steven D. Brown, Wilfrid Laurier University; Ailsa Henderson, University of Edinburgh

#24 When Roles Collide: How Boards Influence Organizationsl Focus and Results For Better or Worse By Geoffrey Kistruck, Ohio State University and Israr Qureshi, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

#26 Labour Relations in the Social Economy: Key Trends By Kunle Akingbola, OISE/ University of Toronto & Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

#30 The Online Social Economy: Where is it? And how does it work? By Sherida Ryan, OISE/University of Toronto

 

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