Social Economy Knowledge Mobilization Resources

Social Economy Centre Research Contributions
Articles in research journals
Akingbola, K. (2013). Resourced-Based View of Unincorporated Social Economy Organizations. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, 4(1), 66-85
Chum, A., Mook, L., Handy, F., Schugurensky, D. & Quarter, J. (2013) Degree and Direction of Paid Employee/Volunteer Interchange in Nonprofit Organizations. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 23 (4), 409-426.
Dart, R., Clow, E., & Armstrong, A. (2010). Meaningful difficulties in mapping social enterprises. Social Enterprise Journal, 6(3), 186-193.
Gliedt, T., & Parker, P. (2008). Green community entrepreneurship: Creative destruction in the social economy. International Journal of Social Economics, 34(8), 538-553.
Henderson, A., Brown, S. D., & Pancer, S.M. (2012). Political and Social Dimensions of Civic Engagement: The Impact of Compulsory Community Service. Politics & Policy, 40((1), 93–130.
Henderson, A., Brown, S.D., & Pancer, S.M. (2011). Mandating civic engagement: the impact of compulsory volunteering on political behaviour. LISPOP Working Paper Series, currently under consideration by the Canadian Journal of Political Science.
Kistruck, G., & Qureshi, I. (2007). Disaggregating the impact of directors on financial performance. Invitation to resubmit to the Journal of Management received.
Le Ber, M. J., & Branzei, O. (2010). (Re)Forming strategic cross-sector partnerships: Relational process of social innovation. Business & Society, 49(1), 140-172.
Le Ber, M. J., & Branzei, O. (2010). Towards a critical theory of social value creation in cross-sector partnerships. Organization, 17(5), 1-34.
Le Ber, M. J., & Branzei, O. (2010). Value frame fusion in cross sector interactions. Journal of Business Ethics, 94(1), 163-195.
McMurtry, J.J. (2009). Ethical value-added: Fair trade and the case of Café Femenino. Journal of Business Ethics, 86, 27-49.

L Mook, A. Chan & J. Quarter. (2012). Self-Help and the Social Economy: A Synthesis. International Journal of Self-Help & Self-Care, 6(2) 129-149,
L. Mook, J. Hann, & J. Quarter. (2012). Understanding the Rural Tilt among Financial Co-operatives in Canada. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, 3 (1), 42-58.
Mukherjee Reed, A., & Reed, D. (2009). Fair trade and development: What are the implications of mainstreaming? Universitas Forum, 1(2).
Mukherjee Reed, A., & Reed, D. (2009). Partnerships for development: Four models of business involvement. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(S1), 3-37.
Pancer, S. M., Henderson, A., & Brown, S. D. (2011). Creating effective civic engagement policy: The impact of the Ontario mandatory volunteering requirement. LISPOP Working Paper Series
Parker, P., & Rowlands, I. H. (2007). City partners maintain climate change action despite national cuts: Residential energy efficiency program valued at local level. Local Environment, 12(5), 505-517.
Quarter, J., & Mook, L. (2010). An interactive view of the social economy. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, 1 (1), 8-23.
Quarter, J., Mook L. & Handy F. (2008). Interchangeability of paid staff and volunteers in nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 37 (1), 76-92.
Quarter, J., Mook L. & Handy, F. (2007). Reporting volunteer labour at the organizational level: A study of Canadian non–profits. Voluntas, 18(1), 55-71.
Quarter, J., Mook L. Handy, F., & Ginieniewicz, J. (2007) The Value of Volunteering for a Nonprofit Membership Organization: The Case of ARNOVA. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 36 (3), 504-520.
Reed, D. (2009). What do corporations have to do with fair trade? Positive and normative Analysis from a value chain perspective. Journal of Business Ethics, 86(S1), 3-26.
Reed, D., & Lund-Thomsen, P. (2009). Business partnerships for development. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(S1), 1-116.
Reed, D., & McMurtry, J.J. (2009). Fair trade. Journal of Business Ethics, 86(S1), 1-149.
Reed, D., & Mukherjee Reed, A. (2009). Fair trade and development: What are the implications of mainstreaming? Universitas Forum, 1(2), 1-8.
Reed, D., Thomson, B., Hussey, I., & Lemay, J.-F. (2010). Developing a normatively grounded research agenda for fair trade: Examining the case of Canada. Journal of Business Ethics, 92(S2), 151-179.
Restoule, J.P., Gruner, S., & Metatawabin, E. (2013). Learning from place: A return to traditional Mushkegowuk ways of knowing. Canadian Journal of Education, 36(2), 68-86.
Sumner, J., & Llewelyn, S. (2011). Organic solutions? Gender and organic farming in the age of industrial agriculture. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism. 22 (1), 100-118.
Books:
McMurtry, J.J. (2010). Living economics: Canadian perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
Mook, L. (Ed). (2013). Accounting for social value. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Mook, L., Quarter, J., & Ryan, S. (Eds). (2010). Researching the social economy. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Mook, L., Quarter, J., & Ryan, S. (Eds). (2012). Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Novkovic, S., & Brown, L. (2012,). Social Economy: Communities, Economies and Solidarity in Atlantic Canada. Sydney, Canada: Cape Breton University Press.
Quarter, J., Mook, L., & Armstrong, A. (2009). Understanding the social economy: A Canadian perspective. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press. (Co-Author)
Reed, D., & McMurtry, J. J. (2009). Co-operatives in a Global Economy: The Challenges of Co-operation Across Borders. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Book chapters
Akingbola, K. (2010). Work Stoppages in Canadian social economy Organizations. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp.267-288). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Armstrong, A. (2008). Evergreen at the Brick Works: Planning for Success in a Triple Bottom Line Enterprise. In J. Makower & R. Brownlee (Eds.), The Case for Sustainability. Charlottesville, VA: The Batten Institute.
Brock, K. L. (2009). Government and community relations. In V. Murray (Ed.), Nonprofit management in Canada. Toronto, Canada: Lexis-Nexis.
Brock, K. L. (2010). Capturing complexity: The Ontario Government relationship with the social economy sector. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp.131-153). Toronto Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Brock, K. L. (2010). A comprehensive Canadian approach to the third sector: Creative tensions and unexpected outcomes. In B. Gidron & M. Bar (Eds.), Policy initiatives towards the third sector in international perspective. Nonprofit and Civil Society Studies (pp. 21-44). New York, NY: Springer Science and Business Media.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2012, submitted). Accounting for the Social: Incorporating indicators for the co-operative difference into strategic planning. In L. Mook (Ed.), Accounting for social value. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E., (2012, submitted). Stakeholder Engagement in the Design of social Accounting and Reporting Tools. In L. Mook (Ed.), Accounting for social value. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Brown, L., Hicks, E., & Leclerc, A. (2011). Social accounting - Assessing performance in relation to the co-operative difference. In S. Novkovic (Ed.), The social economy in Atlantic Canada. Sydney, Canada: Cape Breton University Press
Carruthers, W., Crowell, E., & Novkovic, S. (2009).co-operative principles: Guidance or hindrance for the globalization of co-operative firms? In D. Reed, & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a global economy: The challenges of co-operation across borders (pp. 85-110). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars.
Contrafatto, M., & Bebbington, J. (2012, in-press). Developing techniques for stewardship: A Scottish study. In L. Mook (Ed.), Accounting for social value. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Crowell, E., & Reed, D. (2009). Fair trade: A model for international co-operation among co-operatives? In D. Reed, & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a Global economy: The challenges of co-operation across borders (pp. 141-177). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Elson, P.R. (2010). A comparative analysis of voluntary sector/government relations in Canada and England. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp.106-130). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Gliedt, T., Parker, P., & Lynes, J. (2010). Strategic partnerships: community climate change partners and resilience to funding cuts. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 201-222). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Guy, D., & Heneberry, J. (2010). Building bridges with government: The social economy in practice. In J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery.
Hann, J., Mook, L., Quarter, J., & Sengupta, U. (2011). Community university research: The Southern Ontario social economy research alliance. In P. Hall & I. MacPherson (Eds.), Community-university research partnerships: Reflections on the Canadian social economy experience. Victoria, Canada: University of Victoria.
Hebb, T., Madill, J., & Broudard, F. (2012). Exploring social transformation, financial self-sufficiency, and innovation in Canadian social enterprises. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Jackson, E. T., & Tarsilla, M. (2012, in-press). Micro-lending to new Canadians: corporate social responsibility or core-growth strategy? Evaluating the micro-loan program for new Canadians of Alterna Savings Credit Union. In L. Mook (Ed.). Accounting for social value. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
LaFrenière, G., Zinabou., M., Riehl, M., & Hoy, S. (2010). On the challenges of inclusion and the co-operative movement for Francophone immigrants in Ontario. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 312-329). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Lasby, D. M., Hall, M.H., Ventry, R. M., & Guy, D. (2010). A portrait of the Ontario social economy. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 25-62). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Lionais, D., & Johnstone, H. (2010). Building the social economy Using the innovative potential of place. In J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian Perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic Development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
MacLeod, G., & Cid, M. (2012). Community business development. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
MacLeod, G., & Reed, D. (2009). Mondragon’s response to the challenges of globalization: A Multi-locatization strategy. In D. Reed, & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a Global economy: The Challenges of co-operation Across Borders (pp. 111-140). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
MacPherson, I. (2010). Co-operatives and the social economy in English Canada: Circles of influence and experience. In J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
MacPherson, I. (2012). Historic changes in the Canadian Credit Union movement. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
McMurtry, J.J. (2009). Co-operative globalization: Corporate globalization’s unheralded other. In D. Reed, & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a global economy: The challenges of co-operation across borders (pp. 54-84). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars.
McMurtry, J. J. (2010). Introducing the social economy in theory and practice. In J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
McMurtry, J. J. (2010). Theoretical Perspectives on the social economy. In J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian Perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
McMurtry, J.J., Medalye, J., & Reed, D. (2012, in-press). Sustainable, ethical trade and fair trade purchasing policies: The case of Canadian universities. In L. Mook (Ed), Accounting for social value. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Meinhard, A., Handy, F., & Greenspan, I. (2010). Corporate participation in the social economy: Employer-supported volunteering programs. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 245-266). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Mendell, M. (2009). The social economy in Quebec: Lessons and challenges for internationalizing co-operation. In D. Reed, & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a global economy: The challenges of co-operation across borders (pp. 226-241). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Mendell, M., & Neamtan, N. (2010). The social economy in Quebec: Towards a new political economy. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 63-83). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Mook, L. (2010). Evergreen Brick Works case study. In J. Quarter, L. Mook & A. Armstrong (Eds.), Understanding the social economy: A Canadian perspective. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Mook, L. (2010). Social accounting and accountability. In J. Quarter, L. Mook & A. Armstrong (Eds.), Understanding the social economy: A Canadian perspective. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Mook, L., Quarter, J., & Ryan, S. (2010). Conclusion. In L. Mook, J. Quarter & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 470-477). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press. (Co-author)
Mook, L., Quarter, J., & Ryan, S. (2010). What's in a Name? In L. Mook, J. Quarter & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 7-37). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press. (Co-author)
Mook, L., Quarter, J., & Ryan, S. (2012). Introduction. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto. Canada: University of Toronto Press. (Co-author)
Mook, L., & Sumner, J. (2010). Social Accounting for Sustainability in the social economy. In J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
Mukherjee Reed, A., & Reed, D. (2009). Globalization and co-operative development: The challenges of the alternative globalization movement. In D. Reed, & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a global economy: The challenges of co-operation across borders (pp. 242-272). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Padanyi, P., Baetz, M., Brown, S. D., & Henderson, A. (2010). Mandatory high school community service in Ontario: Assessing and improving its impact. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 176-200). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Peredo, A.M. (2012). The difference culture makes: The competitive advantage of reciprocal, non-monetary exchange. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Quarter, J., Mook., L., & Hann, J. (2012). Non-financial co-operatives in Canada: 1955 to 2005. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a Difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press. (Co-author)
Reed, D. (2009). Analysing the internationalization of co-operatives. In D. Reed, & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a global economy: The challenges of co-operation across borders (pp. 7-53). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Reed, D., (2012). The fair labelling organizations international. In D. Reed, P. Utting & A. Mukherjee Reed (Eds.). Business, non-state regulation and development. Oxford, UK: Routledge.
Reed, D. & Crowell, E. (2009). Fair trade: A model for international co-operation among co-operatives?. In D. Reed & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a global economy: The challenges of co-operating across borders (pp. 141-177). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Reed, D., Mukherjee, A., McMurtry, J.J., & Cherkil, M. (2012, in-press). Fair trade intermediaries and social accounting: The case of Assisi Organics. In L. Mook, (Ed.), Accounting for social value. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Restoule, J.P., Gruner, S., & Metatawabin, E. (2012). Land, self-determination, and the social economy in Fort Albany First Nation. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Ryan, S. (2010). The online social economy: Canadian nonprofits and the internet. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 223-244). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Ryser, L., & Halseth, G. (2012). Challenges for engaging social economy businesses in rural and small town renewal. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Schugurensky, D., & Mccollum, E. (2010). Notes in the margins: The social economy in economics and business texbooks. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 154-175). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Sengupta, U., Cape, G., Irvine, S., Bertrand, P., & Armstrong, A. (2008). Evergreen Brick Works: Planning for success in a triple bottom line enterprise. In J. Stoner & C. Wankel (Eds.), Global Sustainability Initiatives; New Models and New Approaches. New York, NY: Information Age.
Sousa, J. (2010). Educating for the social economy. In J.J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development (pp. 129-154). Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
Sousa, J. (2012). Leaving and entering the social economy: Factors associated with convert organizational form. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Spear, R. (2010). The social economy in Europe: Trends and challenges. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 84-105). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Spear, R. (2012). Social entrepreneurship: A comparative perspective. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Sumner, J., & Llewelyn, S. (2010). Organic farmers and the social economy: Positive synergies for community. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Researching the social economy (pp. 289-311). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Vaillancourt, Y. (2010). The social economy in Quebec and Canada: Configurations past and present. In J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
Vieta, M., Larrabure, M., & Schugrensky D. (2012). Social businesses in Argentina and Venezuela. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan, (Eds.). Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Vieta, M., & Ruggeri, A. (2009). Worker-recovered enterprises as workers’ co-operatives: The conjunctures, challenges, and innovations of self-management in Argentina and Latin America. In D. Reed, & J.J. McMurtry (Eds.), Co-operatives in a global economy: The challenges of co-operation across borders (pp. 178-225). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Whitman, J. (2012). Education for the social economy. In L. Mook, J. Quarter, & S. Ryan (Eds.), Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Wuttunee, W. (2010). Aboriginal perspectives on the social economy. In J. McMurtry (Ed.), Living economics: Canadian Perspectives on the social economy, co-operatives, and community economic development. Toronto, Canada: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
Theses
Cattan, J. (2009). La résilience chez les autochtones. Culture, identité et guérison : le chemin vers un meilleur future (Master’s thesis, University of Ottawa).
Cléroux, M. (2008). Les mouvements agro-alimentaire alternatifs et les organizations qui les régissent : Les cas de l’organisme Alimentation juste à Ottawa (Master’s thesis, University of Ottawa).
Farahmandpour, H. (2010). Beyond 40 Hours: Meaningful Community Service and High School Student Volunteerism in Ontario (Master’s thesis, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto).
Fox, J. (2012). Comment aller au-delà de l'agriculture traditionnelle
Une présentation des alternatives alimentaires locales de Prescott et Russell (Master’s thesis, University of Ottawa).
Guibord-Jackson, S. (2010). Inégalités sociales, alimentation et santé (Master’s thesis, University of Ottawa).
Heneberry, J. (2010). Co-operatives and Public Policy. (Master's Research Project paper).
Lambert, C. L. (2011). Les composantes culturelles pouvant contribuer à la réintégration des femmes autochtones incarcérées : quelques pistes à suivre (Master’s thesis, University of Ottawa).
Mook, L. (2007). Social and Environmental Accounting: The Case of the Expanded Value Added Statement (Doctoral thesis, Ontario Institute for studies in Education, University of Toronto). Best thesis award, ARNOVA.
Pimento, T. (2010). Balancing the Double Bottom Line of Social Enterprise: An Evaluation of the Business Cost Recovery Metric. (Master’s thesis, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto).
Sales, J. M. C. (2009). Le rôle des jardins communautaires dans la sécurité alimentaire chez les autochtones vivant en milieu urbain (Master’s thesis, University of Ottawa).
Other, Specify: Working paper in progress
Armstrong, A., Sengupta, U., Cape, G., Irvine, S., & McBeth, L. (2008). Evergreen at the Brickworks: Planning for success in a triple bottom line enterprise. Working paper in progress.
Armstrong, A., & Masood, A. (2009). Somali women and children’s support network: Haween enterprises. Working paper in progress.
Verma, A., & Akingbola, K. (n.d.). Research on Human Resource Needs of Non-profit Orhanizations: What We know and What Do Not Know. Working paper in progress.
Verma, A., & Qian, H. (n.d.). The Effect of Unionization on Wages in Non-Profit Organizations. Working paper in progress
Verma, A., & Qian, H. (n.d.). Innovation and Unionization in Non-Profit Organizations. Working paper in progress
Conference Presentations
Akingbola, K. (2006, June). Labour disputes in social economy organizations: A first look. Paper Presented at the Conference of the Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA), Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2008, June). Work stoppages in social economy organizations. Presented at the Conference of the Association for Non-Profit and Social Economy Research, Vancouver, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2009, November). Work stoppages in social economy organizations. Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Cleveland, OH.
Akingbola, K. (2010, January). Three ingredients for effective labour relations. Presented at the Conference of the Human Resources Professional Association, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2011, June). Resourced-based view of unincorporated social economy organizations. Presented at the Conference of the Association for Non-Profit and Social Economy Research, Fredericton, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2011, November). Resourced-based view of unincorporated social economy organizations. Presented at the Conference of the Association for Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2012, May). Context, SHRM and Employee Engagement: A case study of A-Way Courier. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Armstrong, A., Baker, J., Eldridge, J., & Sengupta, U. (2010). Roundtable: Business School Engagement with the Social Economy. Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) Conference, Montreal, Canada.
Armstrong, A., &. Dart, R. (2008, Summer). Not living up to their billing: A population survey of social purpose businesses in Ontario, Canada. International Conference for the International Society for Third Sector Research, Barcelona, Spain.
Azurdia, A., Lecompte, E., & Sibbald, E. (2009, May). A process evaluation of the Bon Appétit program: A campus-based food bank at the University of Ottawa. Presentation at the 4th annual general meeting of the Canadian Association of Food Studies, Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Baetz, M., Brown, S.D., Henderson, A., & Padanyi, P. (2008). Mandatory high school community service in Ontario: Assessing and improving its impact. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Vancouver, Canada.
Baetz, M., & Padanyi, P. (2009, November). Does Ontario’s high School Community Service Program work? Three studies of Ontario’s Mandatory High School Community Service Program. Paper presented at the Ontario School Counsellors’ Association Conference.
Brock, K. L. (2008, May). Government and Non-government Relations in Practice. Presentation to Innovative Strategies in Government-Community Collaboration. A Public-Nonprofit Sector Conference hosted by the Values Added Community University Research Alliance (CURA), Community Services Council Newfoundland and Labrador and Memorial University, St. John’s, Canada.
Brock, K. L. (2008, June). Capturing the complexity of the relationship between the Ontario government and voluntary sector. Paper presented at the ANSER-ARES conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
Brock, K. L. (2008, July). Capturing positive state support for the third sector as a partner in policy. Paper presented at the Eighth International Conference of The International Society for Third Sector Research and Second EMES-ISTR European Conference in Partnership with the INEFOGO Network of Excellence, The Third Sector and Sustainable Social Change: New Frontiers for Research, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.
Brock, K. L. (2008, July). The Welfare State, liberalization, neo-liberal policies, and the Third Sector. Presented at the Eighth International Conference of The International Society for Third Sector Research and Second EMES-ISTR European Conference in Partnership with the INEFOGO Network of Excellence, The Third Sector and Sustainable Social Change: New Frontiers for Research, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.
Brock, K. L. (2008, November). Building civil society through government support for nonprofit and voluntary organizations: A helpful and illustrative continuum. Paper prepared for the 37th Annual Conference of the Association for Research on Non-Profit Organizations and Voluntary Associations, Philadelphia, PA.
Brock, K. L. (2009, May). Building the social economy through government support: Understanding the relationship. Paper presented at the ANSER/ARES conference, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Brock, K. L. (2010, June). Charting government-third sector relations for effectiveness: Canada, England and the United States. Paper presented at the ANSER-ARES 2010 conference, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
Brock, K. L. (2010, July). Charting government-third sector relations for effectiveness: Canada, England and the United States. Revised paper prepared for presentation at the Ninth International Conference of The International Society for Third Sector Research, Facing Crises: Challenges and Opportunities Confronting the Third Sector and Civil Society, Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey.
Brown, L. (2006, October). Operationalizing the co-operative difference: conceptions from Consumers’ Community Co-operative. Presented to the International Co-operative Research Conference – the Cooperative Response to Civil Society’s New Expectations, Dourdan, France.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2007, May-June). A co-operative retail grocery store? Consumers' Community Co-operative and stakeholder views of the co-operative difference. Presented to the Co-operatives and Innovation: Influencing the Social Economy Conference, Saskatoon, Canada.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2007, October). Accounting for the social: Incorporating indicators of the co-operative difference into strategic planning. Presented to the CIRIEC Conference, Victoria, Canada.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2008, June). What aspects of the social are captured by measures currently in use, and to what effect? Presented to the Association for the Study of Non-profit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, Canada.
Brown, L., Hicks, E., & Leclerc, A. (2010, June). An example of community-university based research: The consumer co-operative sustainability and planning scorecard. Canadian Association for Studies in Co-operation (CASC) Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Montreal, Canada.
Brown, L., Hicks, E., & Mook, L. (2008, June). Measuring what counts in the social economy. Panel for the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
Brown, S. D., & Henderson, A. (2008). The effects of mandating high school community service on subsequent civic engagement: The case of Ontario’s ‘double cohort’ four years out. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Vancouver, Canada.
Cameron, S. (2009). Balancing the double bottom line of social purpose enterprises: lessons from the 100% Business Cost Recovery Metric. Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research 2nd Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada. Retrieved August 31st, 2009 from http://www.anser-ares.ca/files/conf09/CameronPimento(MookPanel)_ANSER2009.pdf
Campbell, J., Readhead, A., & Owen, F. (2011, April). Case study of a social business for persons with intellectual disabilities. Presentation at Pacific Rim International Conference on Disabilities, Honolulu.
Cattan, J. (2009, May). Resilience in Aboriginal communities: Traditional foods as preservation of identity. Presentation at the 4th annual general meeting of the Canadian Association of Food Studies, Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Cattan, J. (2009, June). Culture, traditional food and resilience. National Canadian Community Economic Development Network Conference, University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Canada.
Chan, A., (2012, May). Exploring Social Support Within Work Integration Social Enterprises. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Chan A., & Hoogendam, R. (2012, June). Measuring Social Impacts: CURA Case Study of the Learning Enrichment Foundation. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Classens, M. (2012,May). Good Food Research and Good Food Programming: An Overview and Analysis of a Good Food Market Case Study. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Cléroux, M. (2008, May). To make Canada’s federal capital secure on a food level: The actions of Just Food. Canadian Association for Food Studies Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Crossley, H., Hope, J., & Burns, T. (2011, June). Business Done Differently. Presented at the 4th Annual meeting of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER). Fredricton, NB.
Dart, R., Clow, E., & Armstrong, A. (2009, May) A profile of social purpose businesses in Ontario. Proceedings of ANSER (Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research); Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Vancouver, B.C. pp. 1-18.
Dart. R. (2011). “The emperor has few clothes: Three grounded problematic provocations regarding social enterprise”. Oxford-Duke Research Colloquium on Social Enterpreneurship, Durham, North Carolina.
Dart, R. and Grant, S. (2010). “Why social sector activity is being relabeled: Social enterprise as organizational identity”. Association for Research in Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) Annual Conference, Richmond, Virginia.
Dart, R. (2011, June). “The organizational model of restaurant/hospitality social purpose businesses”. Proceedings of ANSER (Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research), Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Fredericton, N.B., pp. 1-24.
Dart, R. (2011). "Towards an organizational model of social purpose business in the restaurant sector: The Toronto River Restaurant case study". ARNOVA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Dart, R. (2012, June). Structural and Strategic Strengths and Limitations of Youth-Serving Social Enterprises: A Canadian Training-Restaurant Case Study. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Foster, J. (2012, May). FoodShare Toronto’s Good Food Programs: Building Alternative Food Distribution Systems to Increase Access to Fresh Food throughout Toronto, Ontario. . Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Foster, M. Berger, I. Neglia, K. & Ross, K. (2011, June). Miziwe Biik: A Micro Financing Program For The Urban Aboriginal Community. Presented at the 4th Annual meeting of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER). Fredricton, NB.
Foster, M., Berger, I., Ross, K., & Neglia, K. (2012, May). Microfinancing Programs in Canada: The Case of Miziwe Biik. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Fox, J. (2011, October). Comment aller au delà de l’agriculture traditionelle. Presentation to the Bring Food Home – Mettons la table Conference, Sustain Ontario, Trent University, Peterborough, Canada.
Gliedt, T., & Parker, P. (2007, May). Green community entrepreneurship: Creative responses to the cancellation of the EnerGuide for Houses Program. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Congress 2007, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
Greenspan, I., Crossley, H., Handy, F., & Walk, M. (2011, June). The impact of social businesses: The case of the Academy of Computer & Employment Skills (A.C.E.S). Presented at the 4th Annual meeting of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER). Fredricton, NB.
Greenspan, I., Handy, F., Walk, M., & Crossley, H. (2012, May). The Social, Professional, and Personal Impact of Social Enterprises on Immigrants: The Case Of the Academy of Computer & Employment Skills. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Gruner, S., Metatawabin, E., & Sutherland, J. (2009, June). Every curve has a name: Intergenerational engagement on the role of rivers. 6th Canadian Rivers Heritage Conference, Ottawa, Canada.
Gruner, S., & Broad, G. (2008). Pukotuskamik: The Full Effect. A Fort Albany First Nation Community Land Use Planning Project. Sault Ste. Marie, Canada: NORDIK Institute.
Guibord- Jackson, S. (2010, May). Action communautaire en sécurité alimentaire d’un quartier Montréalais/ Community actions on food security in a Montreal neighbourhood. Canadian Association for Food Studies Conference, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada.
Hall, M. H. (2006, November). The social economy or the nonprofit sector: The implications of choice of construct on estimates of size and scope. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Chicago, IL.
Hall, M. H., & Lasby, D. (2007, October). Using a social economy framework for understanding the economic impact of community organizations. Presentation at the 1st International CIRIEC Research Conference on the Social Economy, Victoria, Canada.
Hann, J. (2012, June). Social Business and Marginalized Social Groups: The Case of the Northwood Translation Bureau. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Hicks, E., & Brown, L. (2009, May). Stakeholder engagement: Collaboration in the design and implementation of social accounting and reporting tools. Presented to the Association for the Study of Non-profit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ottawa, Canada.
Hope, J., Campbell, J., Owen, F., Readhead, A., & Bishop. C. (2012, May). Common Ground Co-operative: A mixed model approach to social entrepreneurship. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Jackson, E. T., & Harji, K. (2009). Measuring the blended value of corporate social responsibility and social enterprise. Presented to the Annual Conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Ottawa, Canada.
Jackson, E. T., & Tarsilla, M. (2010). Micro-lending to immigrants: Corporate social responsibility or core-growth strategy? Evaluating the micro-loan program of a Canadian credit union. Presented to the Annual Conference of the Association of Non-Profit and Social Economy Research, Montreal, Canada.
Jackson, E. T., & Tarsilla, M. (2010). Micro-lending to immigrants: Corporate social responsibility or core-growth strategy? Evaluating the micro-loan program of a Canadian credit union. Conference paper for the International Conference on Financial Cooperative Approaches to Local Development through Sustainable Innovation, organized by the European Research Institute on Cooperatives and Social Enterprises and the School for Local Development at Trento University, Trento, Italy.
Jackson, E.T., Henry, S., & Amadi, C. (2012, May). New Partnered Research on Micro-lending by Alterna Savings Credit Union and Carleton University. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Kistruck, G., & Qureshi, I. (2007). Not too big and not too small: Identifying the 'sweet spot' for nonprofit boards. Presentation at the Academy of Management Conference.
LaFrenier, J. (n.d.). On the Merits of Social and Economic Integration Through the Social Economy: A Cautious Exploration of the Co-operative Model in Southwestern Ontario. To be submitted to an upcoming social work conference.
Lasby, D.M., Hall, M.H., Ventry, R.M., & Guy, D. (2007). A portrait of the Ontario social economy. Presented at ARNOVA Association of Voluntary Action Scholars, the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action., Atlanta, GA.
Lasby, D.M., Hall, M.H., Ventry, R.M., & Guy, D. (2008). A portrait of the Ontario social economy: An update. Presented at ARNOVA Association of Voluntary Action Scholars, the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, Philadelphia, PA.
Lecompte, E. (2009, May). Social justice for First Nations, Inuit and Métis people: The right to food, health, and cultures. Presentation at the 4th annual general meeting of the Canadian Association of Food Studies, Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Lecompte, E., McKinnon, J., & Kristjansson, E. (2009, May). Food insecurity in urban Aboriginal households. Presentation at the 4th annual general meeting of the Canadian Association of Food Studies, Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
McKitrick, A., & Sousa, J. (2010, June). Opportunities and challenges in adopting community service-learning to support the social economy. Paper presented at The Third Annual ANSER-ARES Conference, the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
McMurtry, J.J. (2007, October). Theoretical reflections on the social economy: redefining through life. Presented at the First International CIRIEC Research Conference on the Social Economy, Victoria, Canada.
McMurtry, J.J. (2008, June). Cooperative values: The social framework of cooperation. Presented at the Canadian Association for Studies in Cooperation Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
McMurtry, J.J. (2009, May). Defining the social economy. Part of Criteria for Defining the Social Economy Roundtable, Association of Non-Profit and Social Economy Research (ANSER), Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Ottawa, Canada.
McMurtry, J.J. (2009, May). Theorizing the social economy. Part of Theories and Practices of the Social Economy Panel, Association of Non-Profit and Social Economy Research (ANSER), Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Ottawa, Canada.
McMurtry, J.J. (2009, August). La economia de los trabajadores. Il Eencuentro Internacional, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
McMurtry, J.J. (2009, October). Social economy or socialization of the economy. Second International CIRIEC Research Conference on the Social Economy, Ostersund, Sweden.
McMurtry, J.J., & Sumner, J. (2012, May). Unrequited Organizational Love: Alternative Economic Organizations and Alternative Food Systems. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Meinhard, A. (2009). Mission (Im)possible? Determining organizational ideology by examining mission statements. Conference paper at ARNOVA, Cleveland, OH.
Meinhard, A., Lok, A., O'Connor, P., & Morin, T. (2011, May). Social Enterprises Helping Marginalized Social Groups: The Case Of Sistering/Inspirations. Presented at the 4th Annual meeting of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER). Fredricton, NB.
Meinhard, A., Morin, T., & Lok, A. (2012, May). Enabling Women on Government Support to Participate in Meaningful Economic Activity. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Mook, L. (2008, June). One approach to social accounting for social enterprises. Presentation at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
Mook, L., Ambler, N., Ranieri, J., & Cha, J. (2008, May). A social accounting model for social enterprises. Presentation at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada conference, Halifax, Canada.
Mook, L., Cha, J., Ambler, N., & Ranieri, J. (2008, July). Developing and operationalizing a social accounting system for social enterprises. Presented at the North American Congress for Social and Environmental Accounting Research, Montreal, Canada.
Pohl-Weary, E., Akingbola, A., & Greenspan, I. (2011, June). The Impact Of Social Business: Preliminary Results Of Three Case Studies. Presented at the 4th Annual meeting of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER). Fredricton, NB.
Pandanyi, P. (2008). Mandatory high school community service: Student differences in willingness to participate. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Vancouver, Canada.
Parker, P. (2006, October). Energy conservation: Research, action and policy in Ontario and Canada. Association for Bright Children Green Energy Conference, Waterloo, Canada.
Parker, P. (2007, October). Energy choices: Dollars, $ense and planet. University of Waterloo / Association for Bright Children Green Energy Conference, Waterloo, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2006, March). Defining the social economy. Paper presented at the Annual conference of the CEDNET (Community Economic Development Network), Vancouver, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2006, March). The role of co-operatives in the social economy. Paper presented at the Canadian Association for the Study of Co-operation, York University (Learned Societies), Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2006, June). Socially responsible investment and unions: Opening comments. Presented at the Pensions at Work Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2006, November). Mapping Ontario’s social economy. Paper presented at the Second annual conference of the Southern Ontario Node of the Social Economy, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2006, November). The role of nonprofits in the social economy. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations (ARNOVA) conference, Chicago, Il.
Quarter, J. (2007, April). In the social economy, money isn’t everything. Paper presented at the Canadian Association for the Study of Co-operation, University of Saskatchewan (Learned Societies), Saskatoon, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2007, May). A functional analysis of the social economy. Paper presented at the First International CIRIEC conference, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2007, October). Mapping Ontario’s social economy. Paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of the Southern Ontario Node of the Social Economy, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2008, May). Does utilizing the term social economy add value to organizational forms such as nonprofit and co-operative and practices such as community economic development? Paper presented at the Presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2008, June). Social enterprise, social business, and social economy business: Balancing the economic and social. Paper presented at the 37th Annual Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations (ARNOVA) conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Quarter, J. (2008, June). What’s in a name: Nonprofits, co-operatives and the social economy. Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2008, November). Differing conceptions of the social economy. Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2009, June). Defining social value in social economy organizations. Paper presented at the 38th Annual Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations (ARNOVA) conference, Cleveland, OH.
Quarter, J. (2009, June). Future of co-operatives in Canada. Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2010, June). Interchangeability of volunteers and paid labour in nonprofit organizations. Paper read for the 39th Annual Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations (ARNOVA) conference, Washington, DC.
Quarter, J., Chum, A., Mook, L., Schugurensky, D., & Handy, F. (2011, June). The interchangeability between volunteers and paid labour in nonprofit organizations. Paper read at the 4th Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research. University of New Brunswick, Fredricton, Canada
Quarter, J., Chum, A., Mook, L., Schugurensky, D., Hann, J. & Handy, F. (2010, June). The interchangeability of paid and volunteer labour in the Canadian context. Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Quarter, J., Handy, F., Mook, L., & Ginieniewicz, J. (2006, June). Nonprofit executive directors: Whither the wage differential? Paper presented at the 35th Annual Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations (ARNOVA) conference, Chicago, IL.
Quarter, J., Mook, L,. & Hann, J. (2010, June). The changing pattern of non-financial oo-operatives in Canada. Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
Quarter, J., Mook, L., & Hann, J. (2010, November).The rural tilt among financial co-operatives in Canada. Paper read at the 4th Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research. University of New Brunswick, Fredricton, Canada.
Quarter, J., Mook, L., Ryan, S., & Armstrong, A. (2009, November). Communicating Value and Measuring Performance. Colloquium on Interactive Social Economy Model, Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) Conference, Cleveland, OH.

Readhead, A., Owen, F., & Campbell, J. (2011, April). Social economy and intellectual disabilities: The impact of employment options and social inclusion. Research Special Interest Group Conference poster, Thorold, ON.
Restoule, J.P., & Gruner, S. (2010, June). Social economy in a First Nations community: Emerging critiques. Paper presented at the third annual conference of the Association for Non-Profit and Social Economy Research, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
Restoule, J.P., Gruner, S., & Metatawabin, M.J. (2010, June). Cree concepts of land, environment and life in Fort Albany. Paper presented at the Celebrating Indigenous Knowledges conference, Trent University, Peterborough, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2007, April). Online social economy enterprises. In J Quarter (Moderator), Mapping the social economy in Ontario: An exercise in community-university research partnerships. Paper presented at the Social Economy Symposium 2007, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2007, October 22-25). Canadian online social economy organizations. Paper presented at the First International CIRIEC Conference on the Social Economy. Strengthening and building communities: The social economy in a changing world, Victoria, British Columbia.
Ryan, S. (2008, May 1). Mapping of Online Social Economy Enterprises. Paper presented at the 2008 Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2008, June 4-6). Online social economy organizations. Paper presented at the Inaugural Annual Conference Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
Ryan, S. (2008, November 20-22). Canadian online social enterprises. Paper presented at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), 37th Annual Conference, Leading in Building Civil Society: Obligations & Privileges, Philidelphia, PA, USA.
Ryan, S. (2009, April 23-24). Trust Metrics in Online Microfinance Paper presented at the Fourth Southern Ontario Social Economy Node Symposium, Toronto, Ontario.
Ryan, S. (2009, November 19-21). TrustMetrics@Kiva.org Paper presented at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), 38th Annual Conference, Philanthropy in Communities: Finding Opportunity in Crisis, Cleveland, OH.
Ryan, S. (2010, April 12-13). TrustMetrics@Kiva.org Paper presented at the Fifth Southern Ontario Social Economy Node Symposium, Toronto, Ontario.
Ryan, S. (2010, June 2-4). TrustMetrics@Kiva.org Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER), 3rd Annual Conference, Montreal Canada.
Ryan, S. (2011, June 1-3). The impact of social businesses: Preliminary results of three case studies. Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER), 4th Annual Conference, Fredericton, NB Canada.
Ryan, S. (2011, June 1-3). Business done differently. Paper presented at the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER), 4th Annual Conference, Fredericton, NB Canada.
Ryan, S., Henry, S. & Dhami, N. (2012, May). Different Strokes for Different Folks: Should Micro Finance Be Tailored to Fit the Loan Recipient? Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Sales, C. (2009, March). La souveraineté alimentaire et les Autochtones (présentation d’affiche). Forum de la recherche DIALOG, INRS, Montréal, Canada.
Sales, C. (2009, May). The Role of community gardening in the context of urban Aboriginal food security. Canadian Association for Food Studies Conference, Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Sales, C. (2009, June). Community gardening and urban Aboriginal community development. National Canadian Community Economic Development Network Conference, University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Canada.
Sales, C., & Welch, D. (2008, May). The Canadian Social Economy Research Partnership and Southern Ontario: The state of food security in Ottawa and Eastern Ontario. Canadian Association for Food Studies Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
Schugurensky, D. (2009, August). Qué dirían hoy los pioneros de Rochdale? Balance crítico del movimiento cooperativo. Keynote Address at the Segundo Encuentro Internacional La economía de los trabajadores: Trabajo y autogestión frente a la crisis global, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Schugurensky, D. (2010, June). The educational dimension of the social economy: four case studies. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Non-Profit and Social Economy Research (ANSER), Montreal, Canada.
Schugurensky, D., Fong, M., Kronfli, M., & Badri, R. (2009, May). Rochdale V: The educational dimension of the co-operative movement. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER), Ottawa, Canada.
Schugurensky, D. & McCollum, E. (2007, October). The representation of the social economy in high school textbooks. Paper presented at the Conference Building and Strengthening Communities: The Social Economy in a Changing World, Centre International de Recherches et d'Information sur l'Economie Publique, Sociale et Coopérative (CIRIEC), Victoria, Canada.
Sengupta, U., C. Arcand, R. Lessard & A. Armstrong (2012, June) Measuring Social Return on Investment in a Multi-layered Social Enterprise: A Case Study of Groupe Convex. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Sousa, J., & Goudar, N. (2007, May). Initial Explorations into service learning and social economy organizations. Paper presented at The Co-operative Innovation: Influencing the Social Economy, the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
Sousa, J. (2008, May). Community-engaged learning within a spirit of partnership. Paper presented at The Community-University Exposition, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada.
Sousa, J. (2008, October). Issues and challenges of working in the social economy. Paper presented at The Perspectives on Labour Shortages: Exploring the Education-Jobs Gap. The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.
Sousa, J. (2009, May). Theories and practices of the social economy in Canada: Educating for the social economy. Paper presented at The Second Annual ANSER-ARES Conference, the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario.
Sousa, J. (2010, June). Supporting local communities through community-based school feeding and nutrition programs. Paper presented at The Third Annual ANSER-ARES Conference, the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
Sousa, J. (2012, May). Developing Metrics to Understand the Impact of Converting Public Housing into Co-operative Housing. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Waterloo, ON.
Sousa, J., Goudar, N., & Xiao, J. (2007, October). Service learning in the social economy. Paper presented at Strengthening and Building Communities: The Social Economy in a Changing World, First International CIRIEC Research Conference on the Social Economy, Victoria, Canada.
Sousa, J., & Prouty, A. (2008, June). Issues and challenges associated with assessing community based learning activities. Paper presented at The First Annual ANSER-ARES Conference, the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
Sumner, J. (2008, March). The contributions of organic farms to the sustainability of rural communities. Presentation to the Beyond Factory Farming Conference, Guelph, Canada.
Sumner, J. (2010, June). Making the links: Organic farming and the preservation of rural communities. Keynote Presentation at Rural Routes, Rural Roots: Two Centuries of Rural Architecture, Ontario Heritage Conference, The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, University of Guelph (Ridgetown Campus), Canada.
Sumner, J., Llewelyn, S., & Cram, R. (2010, May). Organic solutions?: Women organic farmers and rural transformation. Paper presented at the Gender, Rurality and Transformation Conference, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.
Sumner, J., McMurtry, JJ & Classens, M. (2011, May). Community development, the social economy and FoodShare’s Good Food Markets: background and preliminary findings. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Food Studies, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Welch, D. (2008, June). A bibliography on Aboriginal food security – An attempt to bring the existing literature together. Canadian Association for Food Studies, Vancouver, Canada.
Welch, D. (2010, January). L’agriculture en milieu urbain. Une soirée sur la souveraineté alimentaire de Développement et Paix, Ottawa, Canada.
Welch, D. (2011, February). Food security and urban Aboriginal peoples. Fostering biimaadiziwin. A National Research Conference on Urban Aboriginal Peoples, Toronto, Canada.
Welch, D., & Lickers, H. (2010, March). Food policy and Aboriginal peoples. Peoples’ Food Policy Conference, Lac McDonald, Canada.
Other Research Contributions:
Article in popular media
Gardner, D., & Quarter, J. (2009, April 19). The Power of Volunteering, Voice Print, Contact.
Grant, T. (2010, April 28). Microcredit programs yield outsized benefits. The Globe and Mail, pp. 14.
Gruner, S., & Metatawabin, C. (2009). Community research on the Albany River. CESD News 2, p. 1, 3.
Quarter, J., Schugurensky, D., McCollum, E., & Mook, L. (2007, September 5). Textbooks economical with words about co-ops. The Toronto Star.
Thom, J. (2009, June 25). Floating through frontier: Youth, elders complete rafting journey from Constance Lake to Fort Albany. Wawatay News, 35(13), pp. B1.
Article in professional or trade journal
Brock, K. L. (2009). Accountability and Autonomy: Balancing the Government and Nonprofit Relationship. Canadian Government Executive, 15(9), 16-17.
Hicks, E. (2010, June). Featured as researcher of the month. The Canadian Hub, PPC Occasional Bulletin 1.
Audio visual product (e.g. documentary, etc.).
Cartwright, J., Chalo, B., & Zytaruck, M. (2009, April 22). Green collar jobs [Audio Webcast]. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series. Retrieved from http://142.150.98.64/SEC/20090422-120518-1/rnh.htm
Hicks, E. (2010). Triple bottom line accounting interview [Podcast]. Grand & Toy Small Business Hub Podcast Series. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/triplebottomlineaccounting
Mook, L., & Quarter, J., & Mook, L. (2006 to 2011). VolunteersCount. https://www.volunteerscount.net/ (an online system to allow community organizations to keep records of volunteer contributions)
Ryan, S., & Mook, L. Social Economy Centre website. http://www.socialeconomycentre.ca/ (communications centre for the project)
Shepherd, R., Meinhard, A., Henning, J., Baetz, M., & Hall, M. (2009, May 20). Ontario's secondary school community involvement diploma requirement [Webcast].
Consultancy
Brown, L. (2010). Dialogue with pilot project co-ops at a luncheon during the 2010 Co-op Atlantic Annual General Meeting.
Educational aid (not covered in a previous category): Brief
Telford, L. (2008). Local food initiatives in Canada: An overview and policy implications. Canadian Cooperative Association, Ottawa, Canada. Retrieved from http://www.ccednet-rcdec.ca/files/ccednet/ves_in_Canada_Brief_Final_-_Ju...
Educational aid (not covered in a previous category): Fact Sheets
Akingbola, K. (2009, Spring). Labour relations in the social economy [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Brock, K.L. (2009, Spring). Capturing the complexity: How the Ontario government interacts with the social economy [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Brown, L. & Hicks, E. (2011, Autumn). Stakeholder engagement in the design and use of social accounting and reporting tools [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Contrafatto, M. & Bebbington, J. (2011, Autmn). Developing techniques for stewardship: A Scottish study [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Elson, P. (2011, Summer). A comparative analysis of voluntary sector/government relations in Canada and England [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Gliedt, T., Parker, P. & Lynes, J. (2009, Spring). Partnering and resilience: Environmental service organizations in times of funding cuts [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Hebb, T., Madill, J. & Brouard, F. (2011, Summer). Exploring social transformation, financial self sufficiency and innovation in Canadian social enterprises [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Jackson, E. & Tarsilla, M. (2011, Autumn). Mixed methods in social accounting: Evaluating the micro-loan program of Alterna Savings Credit Union [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Kistruck, G., & Qureshi, I. (2009, Spring). When roles collide: How boards influence organizational focus and results for better - or worse [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
LaFreniere, J. (n.d.). Community Development and the Social Economy Master's course materials: Community Interventions: An Exploration of the Social Economy
Lafreniere, G., Zinabou, M., Riehl, M., & Hoy S. (2009, Spring). Francophone immigrants in Ontario: Challenges of inclusion and the role of the co-operative movement [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Lasby, D.M., Hall, M.H., Ventry, M. & Guy, D. (2011, Summer). A portrait of the Ontario social economy co-operative organizations [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
MacLeod, G. & Cid, M. (2011, Summer) Community business development [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
MacPherson, I. (2011, Summer). Historic changes in the Canadian credit union movement [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
McMurtry, J.J., Reed, D. & Medalye, J. (2011, Autumn). Sustainable purchasing policies: The case of Canadian universities [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Meinhard, A., Handy, F., & Greenspan, I. (2009). Employer-supported volunteering programs: Corporate participation in the social economy [Fact Sheet].
Mendell, M. & Neamtan, N. (2011, Summer). The social economy in Quebec: Towards a new political economy [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Mukherjee-Reed, A. Reed, D. & McMurtry, J.J. (2011, Autumn). Assisi Organics: A case study of a fair trade social enterprise [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Padanyi, P., Baetz, M., Brown, S. D. & Henderson, A. (2009, Spring). Does required volunteering work? Results from Ontario's high school community service program [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Quarter, J., Mook, M. & Hann, J. (2011, Summer). Non-financial co-operatives in Canada:1955 to 2005 [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Restoule, J-P., Gruner, S. & Metatawabin, E. (2011, Summer). Land, self determination and the social economy in Fort Albany First Nation [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Ryan, S. (2009, Spring). The online social economy: Where is it and how does it work? [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance, Spring. Retrieved July 26, 2010, from http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/pdfs/factsheets/factsheet30F.pdf
Ryser, L. & Halseth, G. (2011, Summer). Engaging social economy businesses in
rural and small town renewal [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Schugurensky, D. & McCollum, E. (2009, Spring). Notes in the margins: The social economy in economics and business high school textbooks [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Social Economy Centre (2009, Summer). Backgrounder: Volunteering in Canada [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Sousa, J. (2011, Summer). Leaving and entering the social economy: Factors associated with converting organizational form [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Spear, R. (2011, summer). The social economy in Europe [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Spear, R. (2011). Social entrepreneurship: A comparative perspective [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Sumner, J. & Llewelyn, S. (2009). Building stronger communities: Organic farmers and the social economy [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance, 2009.
Vieta, M., Larrabure, M. & Schugurensky, D. (2011, Summer). Social business in Argentina and Venezuela [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance.
Whitman, J. (2011, Summer). Education for the social economy [Fact Sheet]. Southern Ontario Social Economy Research Alliance
Media (e.g. interview, etc.)
Brown, S. D. (2010, March). Mandating Community Service in High School [Media interview]. The Current, CBC Public Affairs.
Ryan, S., & Madawo, B. S. (2007). Mapping online social economy enterprises [Radio interview]. CKLN 88.1 FM. Retrieved January 29, 2008, from from the Social Economy Centre website http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/project_pages/project_30.php
Newsletter/press release/pamphlet
Chamberlain, C. (2010, June). Member News. Newsletter of the Association of Cooperative Educators, 2, pp. 7.
Public lectures or addresses: Invited Lecture
Quarter, J. (2006, June). The relevance of the social economy research to the co-operative movement. Invited Lecture. Ontario Co-operative Association, Guelph, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2006, June). The role of co-operatives and credit unions within the social economy. Invited Lecture. Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA). Guelph, Canada.
Public lectures or addresses: Paper presentation (non-academic, not peer reviewed)
Brock, K. L. (2008, June). Policy windows and policy failures: Using Kingdon to explain the life cycle of the voluntary sector initiative. Paper resented to the Annual Canadian Political Science Association Meetings, UBC, Vancouver, Canada.
Brock, K. L., & Bulpitt, C. (2007, May). Encouraging the social economy through public policy: The relationship between the Ontario government and social economy organizations. Paper presented to the annual meetings of the Canadian Political Science Association, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
Gruner, S. (2009, May). Knowing traditional territory: Rooted alliances and inter-generational relationships. Paper presented at Linking learning leveraging: Social enterprises, knowledgeable economies and sustainable economies, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
Mook, L. (November 21, 2008). A balancing act: Social accounting for social organizations. Paper presented at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, Philadelphia, PA.
Restoule, J.P., Gruner, S., & Metatawabin, C. (2009, May). Land, Environment, and Life: Cree Concepts of Social and Economy. Paper presented at the Association for Non-Profit and Social Economy Research, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
Public lectures or addresses: Presentation (non-academic, not peer reviewed)
Brock, K. L. (2007, April). Volunteers in the social economy. Presentation to the Canadian Diabetes Association, Kingston Chapter, Volunteer Appreciation Night, Kingston, Canada.
Brock, K. L. (2007, October). A comprehensive Canadian policy towards the third sector? Presentation to the workshop of government and third sector officials, sponsored by the Israeli Centre for Third Sector Studies, Ben Gurion University and the Israel government, Ma’ale Hamischa Kibbutz and conference centre, Israel.
Brock, K. L. (2007, October). Remarks on government-third sector relations: Lessons from Canada. Short presentation to the Israeli Knesset Civil Society Lobby, Knesset, Israel.
Brock, K. L. (2009, October). Improving a good thing: The relationship between government and the third sector. Presentation to government and third sector officials at the Institute for Public Administration of Canada (Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter), St. John’s, Canada.
Brown, L. (2008, Autumn). Accountability practice and social reporting in Canadian Co-operatives. Presented at Faculty Dialogue Series MSVU, Halifax, Canada.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E., (2006, November). Co-operative social responsibility measurement / indicators / benchmarks. Presented to Corporate Social Responsibility Group - Credit Union Central Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E., (2007, March) Consumers' community co-operative: Working toward the development of indicators and measures of the co-operative difference - project overview. Presented to Atlantic node of the Social Economy and Sustainability Research Network team meeting, Moncton, Canada.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2007). Consumers’ community co-operative: Working toward the development of indicators and measures of the Co-operative difference – project overview. Presented to Bridging, Bonding and Building Policy Research Team Meeting (Atlantic node of the Social Economy and Sustainability Research Network), Moncton, Canada.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2008, May). What aspects of the social are captured by measures currently in use, and to what effect? Presented to Co-op Atlantic management, Moncton, Canada.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2009, February). Accountability practice and social reporting in Canadian co-operatives. Presented at MSVU Research Day, Halifax, Canada.
Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2010, March). Stakeholder engagement in the design and use of a social accounting and reporting tool: A work in progress. Presented at MSVU Research Day, Halifax, Canada.
Brown, L., Hicks, E., Bourque, M., LaPlante, A., MacKinnon, B., & Webb, T. (2008). Inserting the Social. Poster presentation at Atlantic team meeting, St. John’s, Canada.
Edwards, M. (2010). Why business won't save the world. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CT0l70NHgro
Gliedt, T., & Parker, P. (2007, March). Creative responses by green communities: Impacts and identified opportunities following the cancellation of the EnerGuide for houses program. Green Communities Canada Conference, Halifax, Canada.
Hicks, E., & Brown, L. (2010). Towards measuring our co-op difference: A pilot project to develop and use a co-operative audit worksheet. Presented to Musquodoboit Co-operative Annual General Meeting, Musquodoboit, Canada.
Hicks, E., Brown, L., Bourque, M., & Higgins, M. (2009). Triple bottom line reporting in Co-operatives. Presented to Southern Ontario team meeting, Toronto, Canada.
Hicks, E., Brown, L., & Leclerc, A. (2009, Autumn). Phase 1 of the pilot project to develop and implement a consumer co-operative Sustainability and Planning Scorecard. Workbook and presentation to groups of the Pilot Project Co-operatives.
Hicks, E., Brown, L., Leclerc, A., Bourque, M., Cormier, R., & LeBlanc, L. (2010). Consumer co-operative sustainability and planning scorecard. Presented to Annual General Meeting of Co-op Atlantic, Moncton, Canada.
Hicks, E., Brown, L., Leclerc, A., Cormier, R., & Bennett, J. (2009). Towards measuring our co-op difference: A pilot project to develop and use a co-operative audit worksheet. Presented to Board of Directors of Musquodoboit Co-op Store, Musquodoboit, Canada.
Leblanc, L., Bourque, M., Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2009). Towards measuring our co-op difference: A pilot project to develop and use a co-operative audit worksheet. Presented to Annual General Meeting of Co-op Atlantic, Dieppe, Canada.
McMurtry, J.J. ( 2008, October). Social capital in First Nations communities. Concluding Plenary presentation, Ontario Native Welfare Administrator's Association Fall Assembly.
Parker, P. (2007, April). Energy, innovation and local economic development. Economic Developers Association of Canada, Halifax, Canada.
Parker, P. (2008, February). Solar power: Looking at our future. Youth Earth Summit: A Gathering of Young Minds That Care About Our Planet, Rockway Mennonite Collegiate, Kitchener, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2006, March). The role of co-operatives in the social economy. Canadian Association for the Study of Co-operation. York University, Learned Societies, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2009, November). Understanding the Social Economy. Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2010, February). Understanding the social economy. Rotman School of Management, Toronto, Canada.
Public lectures or addresses: Speaker Series
Barclay, H., Silverberg, C., & Plummer, R. (2010, February).Entrepreneurship in worker co-ops. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Barrett, B., Fridell, G., & Hussey, G. (2007, May). Panel: Fair trade, corporations and the social economy. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Bastien, E., McNaughton, C., Hall, M., & Wood, S. (2006, September). Community-university collaborative research: Issues and challenges. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Bharati, M. (2008, October). Participatory local development and grassroots planning. Social Economy Centre Lunchbox Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Webcast Retrieved from http://142.150.98.64/SEC/default.asp
Cape, G. (2007, October). The Evergreen Brick Works: A work in progress. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Cartwright, J., Chalo, B., & Zytaruck, M. (2009, April). Green collar jobs. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Podcast retrieved from http://oncuepodcast.blogspot.com/
Charland, M., McKay, D., & Haydon, A. (2009, October). Student co-operatives. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Clement, T., & Sousa, J. (2008, September). The conversion of Alexandra Park public housing into Atkinson Housing Co-operative. Social Economy Centre Lunchbox Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Corbiere, A., Johnston, R., & Reyes, J.A. (2007, March). Panel: Aboriginal perspectives on the social economy. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Cressy, J., Goucher, N., & Calzavara, M. (2009, September). Water justice. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Davidson, P., & Cumming, J. (2011, September). Running a social purpose business: Lessons from furniture bank. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Else, P., & McGraff, M. (2010, April). Innovative foundations. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Feldberg, H., Ma, J., & O'Doherty, L. (2009, November). Youth for youth initiatives. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Field, D., (2007, January). Slow food movement: Building a global social economy for good, clean and fair food. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Friendly, M., & White, L. (2008, March). Early childhood education and child care: Where does Canada stand and what does the future hold? Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Hall, M. H. (2006, September). Community-university collaborative research: Issues and challenges. Panel presentation to the Lunchbox Speakers’ Series, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Univeristy of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Harji, K., & Jamieson, A. (2010, March). Social capital financing. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Haskings-Winner, J., Lushman, C., & Schugurensky, D. (2007, February). The social what?: Learning about the social economy in Ontario high schools. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Henry, S., & McLean, S. (2006, November). Microlending. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Hulchanski, D., Reagan, D., & Peters, D. (2008, April). The future of social housing programs in Canada. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Lasby, D., Ventry, M., & Ryan, S. (2008 January). Mapping the social economy: Three views. Social Economy Lunch Box Speakers Series, Toronto, Canada. Webcast h ttp://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/lecture_archive.php
Lemon, C., Maxwell, T., & Trainor, J. (2007, November). Social purpose business for persons with psychiatric and developmental disabilities. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
MacDonald, A., LaTrobe, J., & Sorbara, T. (2009, January). Youth and social enterprise. Social Economy Centre Lunchbox Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Webcast retrieved from http://142.150.98.64/SEC/default.asp
Menzies, P., Manning, H., Saunders, L., & Hurford, B. (2008, February). Aboriginal homelessness: Its uniqueness and challenges. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Morin, T., Gudgeon, V., & Thomas, D. (2011, November). Inspirations studio: An art-based micro business incubator for low-income women. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Neamtan, N. (2007, April). The Quebec social economy: Building a movement for a more democratic economy. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Oliphant, M., Field, D., & Stahlbrand, L. (2009, April). Food security. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Podcast retrieved from http://socialeconomy.utoronto.ca/podcasts/20090401-121711-1.mp3.
Panacheese, D., Johnson, L., Walmark, B., & Beaton, B. (2008, December). K-Net: An amazing First Nations initiative in telehealth and online education. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Parvinian, Z., Rebick, A., & Hayes, M. (2012, January). A good food social enterprise: Learnings from Foodshare. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Robinson, D., Frampton, P., & Wells, D. (2008). Social purchasing. Social Economy Centre Lunchbox Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Webcast retrieved from http://142.150.98.64/SEC/default.asp
Ross, K., & Ferris, M. (2011, October). Miziwe biik: A micro-financing program for the urban Aboriginal community. Social Economy Centre Lunchbox Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Schugurensky, D. (2007, February). What knowledge is of least worth?: The coverage of co-operatives and non-profits in business and economic textbooks. Public lecture at the panel The Social What? Learning About the Social Economy in Ontario High Schools, Social Economy Centre Lunchbox Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Available at http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/project_outputs/19DS_talk.pdf
Schugurenksy, D., Pinnington, B., & Kanhai, R. (January, 2010). Participatory budgeting. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Shepherd, R., Meinhard, A., Hennig, J., & Baetz, M. (2009, May). Ontario's Secondary school community involvement diploma requirement. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Webcast retrieved from http://142.150.98.64/SEC/20090520-120639-1/rnh.htm
Tetley, A. (2008, May). The future of community health centres in Canada. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Walmark, B., & Beaton, B. (2008). K-Net: An amazing First Nations initiative in telehealth and online education. Social Economy Centre Lunchbox Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Webcast retrieved from http://142.150.98.64/SEC/default.asp
Warsame, F., Kurmally-Alefi, M., & Aman, J. (2009, February). New Canadians and the social economy. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada. Podcast Retrieved from http://socialeconomy.utoronto.ca/podcasts/soc_ent_021809.mp3
Windsor, S., & Ney, K. (2007, April). Panel: Corporate social responsibility: The paths taken by two Ontario credit unions. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Young, B. (2006, October). The challenge of creating successful social enterprises in Canada. Social Economy Centre Speakers' Series, Toronto, Canada.
Public lectures or addresses: Symposiums
Akingbola, K. (2007, April). Work stoppages in social economy organizations. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2008, May). Unincorporated nonprofit & voluntary organizations. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2008, May). Work stoppages in social economy organizations: Dimension, causes and beyond. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ambler, N. (November 20, 2008). Developing and operationalizing a social accounting system for social enterprises. Paper presented at the 15th annual A.D. Latornell Conservation Symposium., Alliston, Canada.
Ambler, N., Cha, J., & Mook, L. (2009, April). Social accounting for social enterprises. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ambler, N., Ranieri, J., Cha, J., & Mook, L. (May 1 and May 2, 2008). Work-in-progress presentation at the third annual symposium of the Southern Ontario Social Economy Node Symposium. Paper presented at the Third annual symposium of the Southern Ontario Social Economy Node Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Armstrong, A. (2007, April). Ontario's social purpose businesses. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Badri, R., Fong, M., Kronfli, M., & Schugurensky, D. (2009, April). The educational dimension of the co-operative movement. Presented at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Barrett, B., Mitges, G., & Muhitch, A. (2009, April). Purchasing our futures: Community first purchasing. Panel presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Barrett, B., & Mukherjee, A. (2008, May). Planet Bean and new fair trade products. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Bebbington, J., & Contrafatto, M. (2008, May). Developing tools for stewardship: The contribution of social and environmental accounting techniques. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Brock, K. L. (2008, May). Ontario government - social economy relations. Poster Presentation to the Social Economy Symposium, Social Economy Community University Research Alliance, Toronto, Canada.
Brock, K.L., Bulpitt, C., & Dojack, D. (2008, May). Capturing the relationship between governments and social economy organizations. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Brown, L., Hicks, E., Bourque, M., & Higgins, M. (2009, April). Triple bottom line reporting in co-operatives. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Brown, L., Hicks, E., Leclerc, A., Bourque, M., Cormier, R., & LeBlanc, L. (2010). Triple Bottom Line Reporting in Co-operatives – the Project in partnership with Co-op Atlantic. Presented at the southern Ontario Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Brown, L., MacKinnon, T., Webb, T., LaPlante, A., & Bourque, M. (2008, May). Inserting the social. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Brown, S. D., Baetz, M., Drysdale, M., Ellis-Hale, K., Everitt, J., Goyder, J., Gregory, C., Henderson, A., Padanyi, P., & Pancer, M. (2007, April). Ontario’s mandatory high school community service program: Impacts on student attitudes and behaviour regarding civic engagement. Presentation at the Southern Ontario Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Brown, S. D., Baetz, M., Drysdale, M., Everitt, J., Goyder, J., Henderson, A., Padanyi, P., & Pancer, M. (2008, May). Ontario’s mandated high school community service program: Assessing civic engagement after four years. Poster presented at the Southern Ontario Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Brown, S., Baetz, M., Pancer, M., & Padanyi, P. (2008, May). Mandatory community service. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Brown, S., Drysdale, M., Ellis-Hale, K., Everitt, J., Goyder, J., Gregory, C., Henderson, A., Padanyi, P., & Pancer, M. (2007, April). Ontario's mandatory high school community service program. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Cameron, S. (2009, April). Balancing the double-bottom line of social purpose enterprises: Lessons from the 100% business cost recovery metric. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Cape, G., Cha, J., Irvine, S., Mook, L., Ambler, N., & Ranieri, J. (2008, May). To develop and operationalize a social accounting model that can be applied to social enterprises. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Carriere, S. (2009, April). Policy frameworks and organizational support systems for student cooperatives in Quebec and Ontario. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Chum, A. (2008, May). Mapping the mutuals and co-operative insurance movement in the Ontario and Canadian context: Challenges and opportunities for the social economy. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Chum, A., & Quarter, J. (2008, May). Survey of Ontario’s mutual insurance companies. Paper presented at the Third Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Ontario.
Cook, S. (2008, May). Utilizing life-span, life-space theory of career development to interpret the volunteer activities of retirees. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Cook, S. (2009, April). Retirees who volunteer in their community: Career development theory, education and social policy. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Dart, R. & Armstrong, A. (2008, May). Mapping of social purpose businesses. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Dart, R., Armstrong, A & Clow, E. (2009, April). Not living up to their billing? A map of social purpose businesses in Ontario, Canada. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Elson, P.R. (2009, April). A comparison of policy frameworks for social enterprises and nonprofits in Ontario and Quebec. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Field, D. (2006, March). Building community-university partnerships that work. Presentation at the First Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Gagnon, C. (2008, May). Culture gaps in co-operatives. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Gliedt, T., Lynes, J., & Parker, P. (2008, May). Social innovation in green communities Canada. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Gliedt, T., & Parker, P. (2007, April). Green community entrepreneurship. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Gliedt, T., & Parker, P. (2009, April). Comparing internal and external actions to mitigate climate change. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Hall, M.H. (2007, April). The Ontario we want. Presentation at 2007 Mapping Ontario's Social Economy, Panel Presentation at Social Economy Symposium, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Hall, M., Bastien, E., Jackson, T., & Barrett, B. (2006, March). Community-university partnerships. Presentation at the First Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Hall, M., Guy, D., Maynes, C., & Young, B. (2007, April). The Ontario we want and the role of the social economy in building it. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Handy, F., Meinhard, A., & Greenspan, I. (2007, April). Building social economy through employee volunteering programs in Canadian financial institutions. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Heneberry, J. (2009, April). Policy frameworks for the support and development of co-operatives in Quebec and Ontario. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Iler, B., Eakin, L., & Chamberlain, P. (2008, May). Social economy legislation. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Jackson, E., Henry, S., & Tarsilla, M. (2009, April). Evaluating CSR in a major credit union: Strategies, issues and insights. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Jamieson, A., Chamberlain, P., Malinsky, E., & Reed, D. (2008, May). Social economy in Ontario. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Kistruck, G. (2008, April). Strategic decision making within nonprofit boards. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Kistruck, G., & Bansal, T. (2008, May). Strategic decision making within nonprofit boards. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Lafreniere, G. (2006, March). Building alliances between fractured communities and the academy: Challenges and perspectives. Presentation at the First Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Lafreniere, G., Wells, G., Riehl, M., Rowe, J., Zinabou, M., & Ayinagadda, S. (2008, May). Co-operatives and minority Francophones in Southern Ontario: An awkward and necessary dance towards social and economic inclusion. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Larrabure, M., O’Sullivan, S., & Schugurensky, D. (2009, April). New social economy initiatives in Latin America. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium. Toronto, Canada.
Lasby, D. (2007, April). The national survey of nonprofit and voluntary organizations. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Lasby, D., & Ventry, M. (2008, May). Mapping social economy organizations. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Le Ber, M. J. (2009, April). Social innovation through cross-sector models of collaboration. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Leclerc, A., Brown, L., & Hicks, E. (2010, May). Coopérative et responsabilité sociale : développement d’un outil d’évaluation et de planification du développement durable des entreprises démocratiques. Communication présentée au symposium international La émocratie dans l'entreprise face à la crise économique: Les arguments normatifs en faveur des systèmes de représentation au travail, Rennes, France.
MacPherson, I. (2007, April). Keynote Speech to the Southern Ontario Node Symposium. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Meinhard, A., & Handy, F. (2009, April). The role of ideology and gender composition in social economy organizations. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Mainhard, A., Handy, F., & Greenspan, I (2008, May). Employer supported volunteering: Volunteer experiences. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
McCollum, E., & Schugurensky, D. (2007, April). The lost decade: The social economy in Ontario high school business textbooks. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
McCollum, E., & Schugurensky, D. (2008, May). The social economy in Ontario high school business textbooks. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
McMurty, J.J. (2008, May). Social economy as life-value. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Mukherjee, A., McMurty, J.J., Reed, D., & Solomon, J. (2009, April). Fair trade cotton: An action research project. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Padanyi, P., Baetz, M., Brown, S.D., & Henderson, A. (2009, April). Does required volunteering work? Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Pimento, T., & Cameron, S. (2009, May). Testing the business cost recovery metric. Social Economy Symposium, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2005, October). What is the social economy? Paper presented at the Symposium of the Southern Ontario Node of the Social Economy, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2006, March). First annual social economy symposium: Opening comments. Presentation at the First Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J., Guy, D., Hall, M., & Mook, L. (2006, March). Symposium introduction: Opening remarks. Presentation at the First Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2007, April). Synthesizing the social economy framework. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2011, December). The changing pattern of co-operatives in Canada. Social economy hub tele-learning presentation on defining the social economy. Symposium, York University, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J., Mook, L., & Armstrong, A. (2008, May). Understanding Canada's social economy. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Reed, D. (2008, May). Fair and ethical trade. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Reed, D., McMurtry, J.J., & Medalye, J. (2009, April). Sustainability, fair trade and ethical trade. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Restoule, J. P., & Gruner, S. (2009, April). Investigating Cree concepts of land and environment and the relevance of social economy. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Restoule, J.P., & Gruner, S. (2010, April). Land, environment, and life: Cree concepts of Social and Economy. Roundtable session of the Social Economy Symposium, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Restoule, J.P., Gruner, S., & Metatawabin, C. (2008, May). Land, environment & life: Cree social economy. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Restoule, J.P., Gruner, S., & Metatawabin, C. (2009, May). Land, environment, and life: Cree concepts of social and economy. Roundtable session of the Social Economy Symposium, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Riehl, M. (2007, April). An exploration of the impact of the cooperative model on the lives of minority Francophones living in Southern Ontario. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2007, April). Online social economy enterprises. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2008, May). Mapping online social economy enterprises. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2009, April). Trust metrics in online microfinance. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2010, April). TrustMetrics@Kiva.org. Paper presented at the Fifth Southern Ontario Social Economy Node Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Sales, C. (2009, April). Community gardening and urban Aboriginal food security. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Schroer, A., Walsh, D., Hewitt, A., & Young, B. (2008, May). What's new in social finance? Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Schugurensky, D. (2007, April). A lost decade? The social economy in Ontario's high school business and economics textbooks 1995-2005. Paper presented at the Second Annual Symposium of the Southern Ontario’s Social Economy Node, Toronto, Canada.
Schugurensky, D. (2010, April). Paper presented at the Fifth Social Economy Symposium, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Schugurensky, D., Badri, R., & Kronfli, M. (2009, April). Rochdale V: The educational dimension of the cooperative movement. Presented at the Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Schugurensky, D., Badri, R., & Kronfli, M. (2011, April). Rochdale V: The educational dimension of the cooperative movement. Presented at the Social Economy, Toronto, Canada.
Schugurensky, D., Fong, M., Kronfli, M., & Badri, R. (2010, April). Rochdale V in Ontario: from curriculum content in K-12 to the educational initiatives of the co-op movement. Paper presented at the Fifth Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Sousa, J. (2009, April). Service learning in the social economy. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Sousa, J., & Goudar, N. (2008, May). Exploring service learning as an entry into the social economy. Invited poster session presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Sumner, J., & Llewelyn, S. (2007, April). Organic Farming and the Social Economy. Paper presented at the Second Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Sumner, J., & Llewelyn, S. (2008, May). Organic Agriculture and the Social Economy. Paper presented at the Third Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Tarsilla, M., Henry, S., & Jackson, E.T. (2009). Evaluating CSR in a major credit union: Strategies, issues and insights. Presented to the Fourth Southern Ontario Social Economy Node Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Tompson, M., Lipp, J., & McMeekin, T. (2009, April). Governments and local economic and social change. Panel presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ventry, M., (2008, May). Mapping the social economy: The first ever comprehensive co-op and credit union census. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Ventry, M., & Jones, E. (2007, April). Mapping the social economy in Ontario. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Verma, A., & Akingbola, K. (2007, April). Human resources practices and policies of SEO'S. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Verma, A., & Akingbola, K. (2008, May). Human resources practices and policies of SEOs. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Verma, A., Akingbola, A., & He, L. (2009, April). HRM practices in the non-profit sector. Presentation at the Fourth Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Welch, D. (2010, April). Food security and urban Aboriginal peoples. Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Welch, D., Garahan, M., Blanchard, M., Cleroux, M., & Sales, C. (2008, May). Strengthening urban-rural ties: Buy local strategies. Presentation at the Third Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Wells, G. (2007, April). Fostering successful integration through the co-operative model for Francophone immigrants and refugees in southwestern Ontario: A progress report. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
Other, Specify: Workshops
Akingbola, K. (2008, February). Human resource management in nonprofits and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2009, February). Human resource management in nonprofits and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2009, May). Effective change management in nonprofit organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2010, February). Human resource management in community organizations (Human resource management certificate). Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2010, May). Managing change in non-profits and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2011, April). Change management (Human resource management certificate). Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2011, May). Compensation and benefits (Human resource management certificate). Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2012, February). Managing human resources in nonprofit organizations (Human resource management certificate). Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2012, April). Compensation and benefits (Human resource management certificate). Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Akingbola, K. (2012, May). Change management (Human resource management certificate). Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Anderson, P. (2008, October). Greening Strategies for Nonprofits, Cooperatives and Other Community Organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Armstrong, A. (2009, November). Social Enterprise Development. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Armstrong, A. (2010, November). Social Enterprise Development in Canada. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Ashraf, N. (2012, February). Honing your leadership stance: Leveraging your personal knowledge system for impact. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Cameron, P. (2012, March). Co-op enterprise: A different way of doing business. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Elson, P. (2007, October). Rock Paper Scissors: Insights and strategies for voluntary sector-government relations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Gainer, B. (2009, January). Marketing in non-profit organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Garthson, J. (2007, April). Strategic planning for nonprofits, co-operatives, and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Garthson, J. (2009, April). Strategic planning for nonprofits, co-operatives, and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Garthson, J. (2010, April). Strategic planning for non-profits, co-operatives and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Garthson, J. (2011, March). Strategic planning for non-profits, co-operatives and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Garthson, J. (2012, March). Strategic planning that works. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Gibson, S. (2011, April). Fundraising in non-profits and community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Gibson, S. (2012, April). Strategic fundraising: Securing the resources you need. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Jackson, E. T., & Hebb, T. (2010). What works and why: Issues and methods in evaluation in the non-profit sector. Presented to the Future Fund Evaluation
Jamieson, A. (2012, May). Introduction to social enterprise. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Krause, T. (2012, January). Marketing in non-profit and other social purpose organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Malinsky, E. (2008, June). Collaboration through co-location: Strategies for sharing resources and building community. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Malinsky, E. (2010, June). Collaboration through co-location: Strategies for sharing resources. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
McGregor Hunter, S., & Anderson, P. (2007, November). Greening strategies for nonprofits, cooperatives and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Mook, L., Quarter, J., & Plato, E. (2009, March). Social accounting for nonprofits and co-operatives. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Mook, L., Quarter, J., Richmond, B. J., & Plato, E. (2008, March). Social accounting for nonprofits and co-operatives. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Murray, V. (2007, September). Board-management relations: Bridging the gap between the ideal and reality in the governance of community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre Workshop Series, Toronto, Canada.
Murray, V. (2008, October). Check ups and keep fit programs for nonprofit organization boards. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Murray, V. (2009, October). Board-management relations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Murray, V. (2010, October). Board-management relations: Bridging the gap between the ideal and reality in the governance of community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Murray, V. (2011, November). Overcoming 5 greatest threats to nonprofit board effectiveness. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Parker, P. (2007, December.). Community energy plan principles. Workshop 1: How we use energy. Strategic plan for the environment update, City of Kitchener, Kitchener, Canada.
Plato, E. (2008, September). Financial management in non-profit organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Plato, E. (2009, October). Introduction to financial management in community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Plato, E. (2010, September). Introduction to financial management in community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Plato, E. (2012, January). Financial management in community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2009, November). Understanding the social economy. Workshop, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada.
Quarter, J. (2010, September). SSHRC Presentation on Social Economy. Workshop for new CURA grant holders. Ottawa.
Ryan, S. (2008, January). Emerging internet technologies for community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2008, December). Nonprofits and emerging internet technologies. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2009, December). Community organizations and emerging internet technologies. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Ryan, S. (2011, December). Community organizations and emerging internet technologies. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Verwey, E. (2008, May). Mentoring in nonprofits and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Wood, S. (2010, January). Marketing in non-profit and other community organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Wood, S., & Krause, T. (2011, January). Marketing in non-profit organizations. Presented at the Social Economy Centre workshop series, Toronto, Canada.
Reports
Brock, K. L. & Bulpitt, C. (2007, July). Capturing the relationship between governments and social economy organizations: A summary. Report prepared for the Social Economy Public Policy Research Committee.
Brown, L., Hicks, E., & Leclerc, A. (2010, July). Measuring the co-operative difference. Report on the “Sustainability and Planning Scorecard” to the Atlantic Cluster of the new CURA.
Elson, P., & Gouldsborough, A. (2009). Renovating the house that law built: A comparative analysis of proposed changes to the governance of Nonprofits and Social Enterprises in Ontario and Quebec (Report). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Social Economy Centre.
Elson, P., & Hall, P. (2011). Strength, Size, Scope: A Survey of Social Enterprises in Alberta and British Columbia. Report on BALTA project retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2149/2876
Elson, P., Jones, R., & Gouldsborough, A. (2009). Building capital, building community: A comparative analysis of access to capital for social enterprises and nonprofits in Ontario and Quebec (Community Research Report No. 1). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Social Economy Centre.
Elson, P., & Rogers, D. (2010). Voices of Community: The representation of nonprofits and social enterprises in Ontario and Quebec (Report). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Social Economy Centre.
Gliedt, T., & Parker, P. (2007, April). Creative responses by green communities: Impacts and identified opportunities following the cancellation of the EnerGuide for Houses Program. Report to Green Communities Canada. Faculty of Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada.
Heneberry, J. (n.d.). Review paper on the development of the relationship between Quebec government and the sector, identification of lessons learned for Ontario context. Prepared for the Social Economy Centre, University of Toronto.
Heald, Brenda (2009). New futures: Innovated uses of the co-op model. Report to the Canadian Cooperative Association, Ottawa, Canada.
Social Innovation Generation, MaRS, Canadian Task Force on Social Finance (2010, December). Mobilizing Private Capital for Public Good. Report retrieved from http://socialfinance.ca/taskforce/report
Sousa, J. (2009). Options for service learning and the social economy. Report for Public Interest Alberta.
Tarsilla, M. (2010). Social impact evaluation of the Alterna Savings Community Micro-Loan Program. Evaluation Report to Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University.
Web publication
Brown, L. (2009). Accountability practice as a strategy for engaging stakeholders: The co-operative difference and organizational renewal. Peer–reviewed working paper, accepted and published on website. Retrieved from http://www.istr.org/conferences/barcelona/WPVolume/index.htm Book chapter #1-
Heneberry, J. (2010, August 25). The Co-op Perspective on Socially Responsible Investing (Part 1) [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://socialfinance.ca/blog/post/co-op-perspective-on-socially-responsi...
Heneberry, J. (2010, August 26). The Co-op Perspective on Socially Responsible Investing (Part 2) [Web log post] Retrieved from http://socialfinance.ca/blog/post/co-op-perspective-on-socially-responsi...
Mook, L., & Quarter, J. (2007, Winter). Southern Ontario Node News. The First Southern Ontario Social Economy Node E-Zine. (repeated regularly the life of the project)