Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
There is no need to purchase the 'main text' as this is available online. There will also be a series of readings suggested from this list across this module as well as others I will mention in class - information on these will be provided during the taught sessions. You are also strongly encouraged to explore the key journals in this field - three of these are listed below but there are others
You can also 'look' in the library in the various sections where these books are shelved to see a much wider list of related texts
Main Text (available online without purchase)
Krige, K. and Silber, G., 2016. The disruptors: Social entrepreneurs reinventing business and society. Johannesburg: Bookstorm.
Explore these journals available in library
Further Reading (all available in online versions):
Apostolopoulos, N., Al-Dajani, H., Holt, D., Jones, P. and Newbery, R. 2018. Entrepreneurship and the sustainable development goals. Littlewood, D and Holt, D. "How social enterprises contribute to the SDGs - a conceptual framework". p 33-46 Emerald Publishing Limited.
Chouinard, Y. and Stanley, V., 2013. The responsible company: What we've learned from Patagonia's first 40 years. Patagonia
Ellis, T. 2010. The New Pioneers. Chapter 1: Outer globalization. Wiley p.3-64
Harper, M. and Parekh, N. (2021) Social enterprise: cases and analysis for understanding social enterprises. Routledge 978-0367469603 - now available online
Honeyman, R. and Jana, T., 2019. The B Corp Handbook: How You Can Use Business as a Force for Good. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Other interesting texts to borrow from the library include:
Jackson, T. 2009. Prosperity without growth. Chapter 3 - Redefining prosperity. Earthscan p.35-48
Moon, J. (2014). Corporate social responsibility : a very short introduction . Oxford University Press.
Shultz, R. (2013) Creating good work : the world's leading social entrepreneurs show how to build a healthy economy. Palgrave Macmillian, Basingstoke.
Thompson, M., Mawson, S. and Marting, F. (2017) Social entrepreneurs : can they change the world? : high-impact social ventures. ISBN: 1137520078 paperback; 9781137520074 paperback, London: Palgrave
Ridley-Duff, R., & Bull, M. (2019). Understanding social enterprise : theory & practice (Third edition.). SAGE Publication
This list was last updated on 22/11/2021