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Social Enterprises as Hybrid Organizations: Focusing on State‑Market‑Civil Society Collisions

Suyoung Kim 1

1계명대학교

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ABSTRACT

The study attempts to theorize ‘hybrid organizations’ in the new era of welfare hybridsand analyse social enterprises from the angle of hybrid organization. Traditional social welfare theories regarding the ‘welfare state’ and ‘welfare mix’cannot embrace current phenomena in social welfare areas, such as quasi-marketvoucher schemes, welfare-to-work initiatives, Corporate Social Responsibility andsocial economy. This study defines these phenomena, which persue the fusion ofstate-market-civil society sectors, as ‘welfare hybrids’ and examines the types andissues of hybrid organizations. As a case study of hybrid organizations, the latterpart of this paper looks into social enterprises. This study argues that diverse problemsof social enterprises stem from the hybridity of state-market-civil society principlesand models in one organization. Also, this article discusses various organizationalstrategies of social enterprises to cope with such sectoral collisions.

1. 서론

2. 혼종조직에 관한 이론적 논의

3. 혼종조직의 관점에서 사회적 기업의 특징 분석

4. 결론

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.