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2012 | 2 | 105-116
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Komunitariańska perspektywa przedsiębiorczości społecznej

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O koncepcji przedsiębiorstwa społecznego debatuje się niemal nieustannie, a nadal jest ona wysoce niedookreślona. W poniższym artykule zostały zaprezentowane jej ramy metateoretyczne, poprzez skonfrontowanie podejścia indywidualistycznego i komunitariańskiego. Przedstawiciele obu tradycji tworzą teorie społeczne, akcentujące albo konsensus (pogląd unitarystyczny), albo różnorodność (pogląd pluralistyczny). Rozmaite dyskursy na temat zarządzania przedsiębiorstwem odzwierciedlają powyższe założenia i kreują cztery odrębne podejścia wpływające na relacje między kapitałem a pracą. Odrzucając tradycyjny pogląd o przedsiębiorstwie prywatnym, przedsiębiorstwa społeczne przyjęły inne podejścia do rozwiązywania problemu wykluczenia społecznego, wywodzące się z odmiennych przekonań dotyczących celu działalności przedsiębiorstwa oraz istoty zarządzania. Ramy teoretyczne ukazują sposób rozumienia różnorodności w ramach tego sektora, akcentując wprowadzoną w Wielkiej Brytanii formułę działalności firmy społecznej, tzw. Przedsiębiorstwo Interesu Społecznego – Community Interest Company (CIC).
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