The Social Economy beyond the Local: Developmental Possibilities, Problems, and Policy Considerations

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"The social economy beyond the local: Developmental possibilities, Problems and policy considerations" CED Contents Introduction 2 Social Economy beyond the Local and the CED role in the Economy 3 Social Economy 3 Social Concerns about the Economy 4 Community Economic Development (CED) 5 Historical Perspective of Community Economic Development (CED) 6 Approaches to Community Economic Development (CED) 7 Theories of Economic Development 8 Neoclassical theory 9 Linear stages of growth 10 Theory of International dependence revolution 10 Theory of structural change 10 Developmental Possibilities 11 Developmental Problems 12 Conclusion 14 References 15 Appendix 16 Introduction Social economy is stated as the economic growth that doesn't only consist of the private or public involvement, but both the parties and every individual of the community involves in the social well-being and betterment of society. According to the definitions, social economy could not only be defined by a single explanation because the scope of the study is wide. Social economy is a point that focuses on the wide range of activities that are carried out by the diverse group of networks in order to achieve harmony in the society (Uluorta, 2009). The social economy is based on the charitable sectors, non-profit organizations, credit unions, self-help projects, local business, community enterprises and voluntary sectors. In fact, social economy is based on all those

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