Save the date for the next 9th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise

Save the date for the next 9th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise

The 9th edition of the EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise (#9EMESconf), “Act locally, change globally: Social enterprises and cooperatives for more resilient economies and societies”, will take place from 11 to 14 September 2023 at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences in the city of Frankfurt (Germany).

This #9EMESconf will be a great opportunity to discuss the challenges faced by social enterprises, cooperatives and voluntary organizations to create impact and address SDGs. The potential of these organizations to assist transformative processes and increase resilience in local, regional and national economies will be analyzed.

The #9EMESconf will bring together research communities from all over the world studying: social innovation, cooperative economics, social entrepreneurship, voluntary and solidarity action, hybrid organizing, institutional logics, the commons, transitions perspectives, critical management, etc.

This conference is a partnership between EMES International Research Network and the Competence Center for Social Intervention Research at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences. It is the first face-to-face EMES conference after the Covid-19 pandemic aiming to be a meeting place for scholars, practitioners, and policymakers worldwide involved in the “SE field”.

The Call for Papers is available here, and abstract submission will open in early December 2022.

We look forward to welcoming you to Frankfurt in 2023!

 

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Event hashtags: #9EMESconf | #ActLocallyChangeGlobally

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