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"What’s Mine Is Ours: Social Entrepreneurship, Property Rights, and the Co-Creation of Value"

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posted on 2016-01-01, 00:00 authored by Chris J Sutter, Rakesh PatiRakesh Pati, Niharika Garud
Social enterprise and beneficiary communities often co-create value by cooperating in regards to the use of resources. However, we know relatively little about how the property rights pertaining to these resources should be allocated to maximize the co-creation of value. This paper develops a conceptual framework regarding property rights allocation for social enterprise working with beneficiary communities. We propose that while community ownership and control of key resources is ideal, limitations arise when the community fails to perceive a positive tradeoff between benefit and risk and when there is a lack of community consensus regarding resource use. We also explore how conditions might change over time, enabling increased community ownership and control. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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Volume

2016

Pagination

11037 - 11037

Location

Anaheim, Calif.

Start date

2016-08-05

End date

2016-08-09

ISSN

0065-0668

eISSN

2151-6561

Language

eng

Publication classification

E3.1 Extract of paper

Title of proceedings

AOM 2016 : Making Organizations Meaningful : Proceedings of the Academy of Management 2016 annual meeting

Event

Academy of Management. Annual Meeting (2016 : Anaheim, Calif.)

Issue

1

Publisher

Academy of Management

Place of publication

Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.

Series

Making Organizations Meaningful

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