This paper is part of a series of Working Papers produced under the International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project. Launched in July 2013, the ICSEM Project (www.iap- socent.be/icsem- project) is the result of a partnership between an Interuniversity Attraction Pole on Social Enterprise (IAP-SOCENT) funded by the Belgian Science Policy and the EMES International Research Network. It gathers around 200 researchers—ICSEM Research Partners—from some 50 countries across the world to document and analyze the diversity of social enterprise models and their eco- systems. As intermediary products, ICSEM Working Papers provide a vehicle for a first dissemination of the Project’s results to stimulate scholarly discussion and inform policy debates. A list of these papers is provided at the end of this document.
Barraket, J., Douglas, H., Eversole, R., Mason, C., McNeill, J. & Morgan, B. 2016. Social Enterprise in Australia: Concepts and Classifications, ICSEM Working Papers, No. 30, Liege: The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project