IAP SOCENT

If Not for Profit, for What? And How?

  1. The project
  2. L'apport du chercheur du CREM

The project

Building interdisciplinary and integrated knowledge on SOCial ENTrepreneurship and SOCial ENTerprise.
In 2012, an Interuniversity Attraction Pole (IAP) proposal entitled "If Not for Profit, for What? And How?" was submitted by four Belgian universities and selected to be funded from October 2012 through September 2017.
Our colleague Simon Cornée was involved in the "financing social enterprise" Thematic Line 2.

L'apport du chercheur du CREM

Simon Cornée, impliqué sur le volet "financing social enterprise", a pu collaborer avec des collègues en Belgique (A. Szafarz, M. Jegers, A. Périlleux) et être invité en tant que "visiteur" à l'ULB et au CERMi.

Simon Cornée (CREM, Univ. Rennes 1, France), Ariane Szafarz (ULB, Belgium) et Panu Kalmi (Univ. Vaasa, Finland) ont reçu le 2016 Warren Samuels Prize pour leur article "Selectivity and Transparency in Social Banking: Evidence from Europe" presenté à la conférence de l'ASSA (Allied Social Science Associations) à San Francisco en 2016. The Warren Samuels Prize is awarded by the Association for Social Economics to a paper, presented at the ASSA meetings, that best exemplifies scholarly work that is of high quality, is important to the project of social economics, and has broad appeal across disciplines.