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    COMMUNITY-BASED SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND RURAL LIVELIHOOD IMPROVEMENT 

    Dullapark Maneein; ดุลภาค มณีอินทร์; Awae Masae; อาแว มะแส; National Institute of Development Administration. Graduate School of Social Development and Management Strategy; Awae Masae; อาแว มะแส (National Institute of Development Administration, 3/6/2022)

    This research is a qualitative research aiming at investigating the formation, development and mobilization of social enterprises, as well as their effects on adaptation of livelihood strategy in rural communities. The research was conducted following the case study approach in which three communities were selected purposively for the investigation. The selected communities were located in U-thong Ancient City, a special area designated by the state to mobilize community-based tourism development project towards sustainability. Data were collected ...
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    The Development of Legal Framework to Promote Social Enterprises in Thailand  

    Maneerat Channew; มณีรัตน์ จันทร์หนิ้ว; Prapin Nuchpiam; ประพิน นุชเปี่ยม; National Institute of Development Administration. The Graduate School of Law; Prapin Nuchpiam; ประพิน นุชเปี่ยม (National Institute of Development Administration, 3/6/2022)

    Social Enterprise is one kind of operation in business sense that society is the main objective. Thus, Social Enterprise is an association of profit and non-profit organizations which is also known as hybrid organization (Hybrid). Such organization leads to a problem of vagueness or legal status within the organization. Consequently, there are two types of development providing legal status for Social Enterprise that occurred; which are Social Enterprise registration system and Commercial registration system that are provided for each country to ...