Économie sociale

De Remix Biens Communs

Définition(s)

Définitions générales

[modifier]
The social economy is formed by a rich diversity of enterprises and organisations, such as cooperatives, mutuals, associations, foundations, social enterprises and paritarian institutions, sharing common values and features:
  • Primacy of the individual and the social objective over capital
  • Voluntary and open membership
  • Democratic governance
  • Combination of interests of members/users and/or the general interest
  • Defence and application of the principles of solidarity and responsibility
  • Autonomous management and independence from public authorities, though cross-sector collaboration is common
  • Reinvestment of at least most of the profits to carry out sustainable development objectives, services of interest to members or of general interest Social economy enterprises and organisations have different sizes, ranging from SMEs to large companies and groups that are leaders in their markets, and operate in all the economic sectors.

Source : http://dbpedia.org/resource/Social_economy


Médias référencés

Objet de commun (2)

Enjeu (22)

Type d'action (1)

Sources

Wikidata : Q568301
DBpedia EN : Social_economy
P2P Foundation : Social_Economy
Digital Library of the Commons : Social economy

Autres langues (Wikipedia)

Q568301 Social_economy


Social_Economy Social economy

FR