Sustainable Social Enterprise Model: Relationships and Consequences
AbstractThe present study develops a sustainable social enterprise model and examines relationships between corporate sustainability practices and sustainability performance outputs in a social healthcare enterprise in Thailand. Findings reveal four predictors of corporate sustainability, including Leadership, Stakeholder Focus, Resilience Development, and Sharing practices. All of them have direct and/or indirect positive effects on corporate sustainability performance outputs as measured by brand equity, socioeconomic performance and environmental performance. The study also proposes a coherent theory of Sufficiency Economy in business, build upon key theories from relevant fields. Lastly, the present study provides future research directions and managerial implications based upon the model. View Full-Text
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Ketprapakorn, N.; Kantabutra, S. Sustainable Social Enterprise Model: Relationships and Consequences. Sustainability 2019, 11, 3772.
Ketprapakorn N, Kantabutra S. Sustainable Social Enterprise Model: Relationships and Consequences. Sustainability. 2019; 11(14):3772.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ketprapakorn, Nuttasorn; Kantabutra, Sooksan. 2019. "Sustainable Social Enterprise Model: Relationships and Consequences." Sustainability 11, no. 14: 3772.
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