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    Social entrepreneurship and organizational performance : combining the resource dependence and resource-based views 

    Sookyuen Tepthong; Tippawan Lorsuwannarat (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    The increasing number of social enterprises and number of charities becoming social enterprises is heartening in terms of the potential impact that we will see in the future on our society and the environment. Social enterprises might be recognized as a new phenomenon in Thailand, but actually there are many frustrations regarding their performance. The objectives of this study, then, were to investigate the role of social entrepreneurship and the social capital of the social enterprise in terms of resources and performance, to examine the ...