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The 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia Searching for Motives, Models, and Measurement July 4th-6th, 2014 Wonju Campus The 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia Searching for Motives, Models, and Measurement Hosted and Organized by Gangwon Province Institute for Poverty Alleviation and International Development (IPAID) BK21PLUS Team on International Development and Social Economy Social Research Institute, Hallym University Innovation and Decentralization Acdemy (KIDA) In partnership with EMES International Research Network International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project Sponsored by Wonju Campus Social Enterprise Promotion Agency (KOSEA) SK Group High 1 Resort Table of Contents Welcome 03 The International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia (ICSEA) 06 The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project 07 Conference Scientific Committees 09 Conference Schedule 10 Conference Program Parallel Session 1 11 Parallel Session 2 12 Plenary Session & Opening Ceremony 13 Parallel Session 3 14 Parallel Session 4 15 Plenary Session 2 16 Parallel Session 5 17 Parallel Session 6 18 Parallel Session 7 20 Plenary Session & Closing Round Table 21 Conference Participants 22 Maps Wonju Campus 24 The 3rd floor of Jeong-ui Hall About the Host Organizations Institute for Poverty Allevation and International Development (IPAID) 25 BK21PLUS Team on International Development and Social Economy Innovation and Decentralization Acdemy (KIDA) Conference Sponsor SK Group 29 Welcome Dear conference participants, Welcome to at Wonju and to the 3rd International Conference Social Enterprise in Asia! On behalf of IPAID and BK21PLUS Team on Social Economy of at Wonju including co-organizers and staffs, we are honored to host this conference that brings researchers of social economy and social enterprise from over the world. Especially it is a great, memorable moment in that this conference is held in Wonju city, which has been known as the mecca of cooperative movement in. Today, Asia is emerging as a very significant region where a variety of forms of social economy organizations are developing and playing various innovating roles in meeting the new and unmet needs in local communities in the face of rapidly changing political, economic, and social environments at the turning of the 21th century. Thus Asia is becoming a very unique and complex testing ground for many innovative experiments of social economy in the sense that countries with different levels of economic development, different political systems, and a variety of natural and cultural environments coexist within a large geographical region. Aware of this significance of the region, a group of Asian academic community started to get together collaborating with EMES from 2008 as Professor Defrouny briefly explained in the following welcoming remarks. Now we hold this 3rd ICSEA in Wonju,, following from Taipai (Taiwan) in 2010 and Tianjin (China) in It should be noted that, from this conference, we attempt to enlarge geographical scope of this community to all Asian region including Pacific countries. I appreciate that this growth is also due to close collaboration with EMES research network and UNRISD. The theme of this conference is Searching for commonalities and differences in the motives, models, and measurements of social enterprise and social economy in the Asian context, reflecting the diversities and dynamic changes of the region. I am so pleased to let you know that this conference received so much attention from over the world that almost 70 papers will be presented and more than 100 participants from 19 countries will get together. It is no doubt that this conference in will become a stepping stone for making ICSEA a truly main academic research community in Pan-Asia. I hope that all of participants will enjoy this academic fair with interesting research presentations and exciting debates in a very beautiful campus of at Wonju. CHUNG, Moo Kwon Chair of the 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia Professor of Global Public Administration, The 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asial3 Welcome As a co-chair of the 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia (ICSEA), I first want to express how pleased and impressed I am by the interest this event has attracted: more than 100 participants have registered and 70 papers will be presented by researchers from 19 countries. This represents a major step forward in the ongoing construction of a large Asian research community on social enterprise. On behalf of the Board of the EMES Research Network and more particularly his President, Professor Lars Hulgård, who would have liked to take part in this 3rd ICSEA, I also wish to say that EMES is proud of being the companion of such a fast growing research community in Asia. The very first collaboration between EMES and a group of Asian researchers goes back to an informal meeting at a joint EMES-ISTR Conference in Barcelona in This short meeting, organized at the initiative of a n researcher studying in Belgium and a French researcher working in South, paved the way for the launch of a joint research project about the emergence of social enterprise in Eastern Asia on a purely voluntary basis. A major step of this project was the 1st International Conference on Social Enterprise in Eastern Asia, organized by Professor Kuan in Taipei in June Among various other contributions, papers related to the project were presented and discussed on this occasion and they gave birth to a special issue of the Social Enterprise Journal (2011, n 1). After a second successful ICSEA edition in Tianjin, China in 2012, a new step of collaboration is taking place on the occasion of this 3rd ICSEA at Campus in Wonju. A worldwide research project on International Comparative Social Enterprise Models has been launched by the EMES Network on July 5, 2013, just after its 4th EMES International Conference, held at the University of Liege, Belgium. Once more, Asian researchers are at the forefront of this project, as the very first ICSEM Regional Symposium will be embedded in the 3rd ICSEA: most Asian ICSEM research partners are presenting their first contributions on social enterprise models in their respective countries within a thematic line of this conference. As an ICSEM Project s coordinator with my colleague Marthe Nyssens, I want to express our warmest thanks to the ICSEA n Organizing Committee and supporting partners, such as, Gangwon Provincial Government, SK Group and KOSEA, for allowing such a joint scientific venture through major financial and logistic support. I wish you all exciting debates and a very pleasant stay on this beautiful campus! Jacques Defourny Former President of the EMES Network ( ) Co-Chair of the Conference 4 On behalf of the people of Gangwon Province, I would like to extend my sincere welcome to all the participants of the 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise for visiting Wonju, the city that has roots in social economy. Especially, I would like to extend my warmest gratitude to Dr. Defourny, Dr. Kuan and other renowned social economy scholars who have traveled from long distance to participate in this conference. Also, special thanks to Institute for Poverty Alleviation and International Development, BK21PLUS Team on International Development and Social Economy and Innovation and Decentralization Academy for hosting this wonderful international conference. The future belongs for those who prepare it today. In order to make a brighter future for Gangwon province, we are extending our hands to fellow citizens to build a community together. When we share wealth and provide meaningful jobs to those in need, we can create warmer and happier Gangwon province. We are planning to create 35,000 jobs by promoting 330 social enterprises, 240 village enterprises, 600 cooperatives and 167 self-help enterprises, with 1 trillion won sales as a goal, by year In addition, our goal is to engage Gangwon province s agricultural products, consumer goods, services, tourism and culture in upcoming Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in Today s international conference will be a great opportunity to seek development ways to achieve these milestones. Cooperation and endeavor in the areas of social economy is paramount. Those who prepare will harvest fruits; those who learn lessons through experience can move forward, and arrive at the level of maturity. I hope this conference becomes the venue of diagnosing present condition of social economy, evaluating other country s past examples of social enterprises, drawing conclusion and finally connecting with Gangwon province s social enterprise to answer problems facing today. When people gather together, thoughts come together. When thoughts come together, an idea is formed. An idea can change the world. Therefore, creating a community throughout Gangwon province based on social economy can create happier province with high quality of life that will expand to the continent. In closing, on behalf of people of Gangwon province, I send gratitude and high regards to all the participants who are visiting Gangwon province. Congratulations on hosting the 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise and I hope this event will be productive and valuable experience for all the participants. CHOI, Moon Soon The Governor of Gangwon Province The 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asial5 The International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia Towards scientific community of researchers on social enterprise and social economy in the Asian Pacific region Today, Asia is emerging as one of the regions where diverse forms of social enterprise and social economy are thriving most vigorously. Various kinds of social enterprises, cooperatives, non-profit organizations and social entrepreneurs are opening up new directions for the future of Asian societies and pioneering creative ways for social development. Alongside the development of these realities, scientific works also have developed with a view to understanding and promoting these new initiatives and concepts. Since 2008, a group of researchers on social enterprise and social economy research in the Asian region have organized various forms of exchange and cooperation, for instance, a special issue of Social Enterprise Journal coordinated by Professor Defourny and Professor Yu-Yuan Kuan. In line with the two previous international conferences that had been organized in Taipei (Taiwan) in 2010 and in Tianjin (China) in 2012, the 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia (ICSEA) will pursue the process of building a scientific community of researchers working on social enterprise and the social economy in the Asian region. However, this third conference implements two significant innovations. First, it enlarges its geographical scope, beyond East Asian countries, to the whole Asian region, including South and West Asian and Pacific countries. This was possible thanks to joint initiative with EMES research network and ICSEM project. Secondly, by opening up to all researchers, including PhD students who want to join this dynamic, it takes an important step towards building an open and solid scientific community on social enterprise and social economy research in Asia. 6 The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models Project The ICSEM Project was launched in July 2013 under the auspices of the EMES International Research Network, at the end of the 4th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, which gathered 320 researchers from 40 countries at the University of Liege, Belgium. The main specific feature of the ICSEM Project is its geographic coverage: it aims to compare social enterprise models and their respective institutionalisation processes across the world. Therefore, it relies on the participation of a large number of researchers from all regions, who contribute country-specific or field-specific analysis of social enterprise models. The ICSEM Project is jointly coordinated by Jacques Defourny (CES - University of Liege) and Marthe Nyssens (CIRTES Catholic University of Louvain). It relies on strong conceptual and theoretical backgrounds as well as on methodological tools which are described in the full presentation of the Project, available on the Project s website: 1 ST PHASE: IDENTIFICATION OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE MODELS A work plan (also available on-line) has been provided to all partners in order to prepare a first working paper (or several working papers) about social enterprises in their country. This first contribution is expected to deal with three major topics: A. Understanding concepts and context This first part deals with historical, contextual and conceptual issues about the emergence of social enterprise in the country. B. Mapping social enterprise models In each country, the objective is to provide detailed descriptions and to build typologies of social enterprise models as they have emerged and developed in different fields of activities and with various social missions. C. Institutionalization processes of social enterprise models The aim here is to capture both the ways in which social enterprises are influenced and constrained by institutional tone-givers, and the way in which they may be able themselves to impact institutional arrangements. The 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asial7 The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models Project 2 nd PHASE: A WORLDWIDE TYPOLOGY OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE MODELS On the basis of a common questionnaire to be used in all countries, this second phase will result in a database on the social enterprise models identified by all partners of the ICSEM Project, in order to highlight SE models in an international perspective, to conduct comparative analysis across fields and regions and to build a strong and reliable worldwide typology of SE models. INVOLVEMENT OF RESEARCH PARTNERS Participation of interested researchers from all countries is welcome. So far (June 2014), more than 220 researchers representing 50 countries from all world regions have confirmed their commitment to act as ICSEM Project Partners and to make scientific contributions. As to means to sustain such participation, the project rely mainly on participants own resources and, if needed, on their own efforts to secure financial support, possibly with the coordinators support to submit applications to local, national or international funding institutions. Becoming a partner researcher of the ICSEM Project does not necessarily mean covering all social enterprise models in a country. A partner may focus on one or several geographical parts of the country, on some specific fields of activity and only on one of the two major parts of the Project. In such cases, collaboration among partners of a same country or at least discussions to make contributions as complementary as possible to each other will be encouraged. ICSEM MEETINGS All accepted working papers of the first wave will be presented and discussed at the Eastern ICSEM Symposium, to be held jointly with the 3th International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asia (ICSEA) at in Wonju (South ), July 4-6, 2014, and at the Western ICSEM Symposium, to be held in La Roche-en- Ardenne, October 9-10, Other meetings are being planned in Latin America in May 2015 as well as in Helsinki, Finland, in early July 2015 (jointly with the 5th EMES International Conference on Social Enterprise). Contact information: 8 Conference Scientific Committee Chairs of the Scientific Committee CHUNG, Moo Kwon DEFOURNY, Jacques KUAN, Yu-Yuan (, ) (University of Liege, Belgium) (National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan) Members of International Scientific Committee BARRAKET, Josephine BIDET, Eric BORZAGA, Carlo CHAN, Kam Tong DACANAY, Marie Lisa HULGÅRD, Lars IMAMURA, Hajime KITAJIMA, Kennich LAM, Swee Sum NYSSENS, Marthe UTTING, Peter WANG Ming (Swinburne University, Australia) (University of Le Mans, France) (University of Trento, Italy, President of EURICSE) (Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China) (Institute for Social Entrepreneurship in Asia, Philippines) (University of Roskilde, Denmark, President of the EMES Network) (Toyo University, Japan) (Rikkyo University, Japan) (National University of Singapore, Singapore) (Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium) (UNRISD, Swiss) (Tsinghua University, China) Members of n Scientific Committee AHN, Dong Gyu CHO, Young Bok CHOI, Moo Hyun CHUNG, Moo Sung HAN, Sang Il JANG, Jong Ick JANG, Won Bong JI, Kyoung Bae KIM, Chang Soo KIM, Hye Won LEE, In Jae LEE, Jeong Hyun LEE, Kang Yik LEE, Young Bum LEE, Young Whan No, Dae Myung PARK, Joon Shik (Hallym University, ) (Pusan National University, ) (Sangji University, ) (Soongsil University, ) (, ) (Hanshin University, ) ( Foundation for Social Investment, ) (Research Institute for Gangwon, ) (, ) ( National University of Education, ) (Hanshin University, ) (Myongji University, ) (Gangwon Social Economy Support Center, ) (Konkuk University, ) (Sungkonghoe University, ) ( Institute for Health and Social Affairs, ) (Hallym University, ) names in alphabetical order The 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asial9 Conference Schedule FRI. July 4th 07:30~08:30 Breakfast SAT. July 5th 07:30~08:30 Breakfast SUN. July 6th 07:30~08:30 Breakfast 09:00~10:50 Registration 09:00~10:30 Parallel Session 3 09:00~10:30 Parallel Session 7 10:50~12:20 Parallel Session 1 10:30~10:50 Coffee Break 10:50~12:20 Parallel Session 4 10:30~10:50 Coffee Break 10:50~11:30 Plenary Session 3 (UTTING, Peter) 11:30~12:20 Round Table 12:30~14:00 Lunch 12:30~14:00 Lunch 12:30~14:00 Lunch 14:00~15:30 Parallel Session 2 14:00~14:40 Plenary Session 2 (NYSSENS, Marthe) 14:40~15:00 Break 15:30~15:50 Break 16:00~16:40 16:40~17:00 17:00~17:20 17:20~18:00 Plenary Session 1 (CHAN, Kam Tong) Traditional Performance Opening Ceremony Special Session (CHOI, Joon) 15:00~16:40 Parallel Session 5 16:40~17:00 Coffee Break 17:00~18:30 Parallel Session 6 18:00~20:00 Welcome Dinner Hosted by SK Group 18:30~20:00 Dinner Hosted by Vice President of 10 Parallel Session 1 10:50-12:20 Friday, July 4, 2014 Jeong-ui Hall, 3F Parallel Session 1-1 SSE and Social Enterprise Room 311 Chair: GRANT, Suzanne IMAI, Michiyo (Meiji University) Can Solidarity Economy be a new analytic approach?: Through comparison with the idea of Social Enterprise WANG, Ziyi () / YANG, Yifan (Southwest Jiaotong University) Promoting Chinese Social Enterprise Through the Transformation of Philanthropic Non-Profit Organizations: Based on a Case of Shanghai Young Bakers GODFREY, Mbabazi () / YU, Pyeong Jun () Tracing Solidarity in the Cooperative Movement as part of a Social and Solidarity Economy in Uganda Parallel Session 1-2 Chair: NYSSENS, Marthe Cooperative Room 323 PARK, Ry Taein () / KIM, Pan Suk () Motives of Cooperative Legislation: The Case of South 's Framework Act on Cooperatives ARAYA, Firehiwot () / CHUNG, Moo Kwon () Beyond Commercialization: Evaluating the Expanding Roles of Agriculture Cooperatives in Ethiopia SHIN, Sun Young () / LEE, Hyun Ok () Care Cooperatives in Care Systems in South Parallel Session 1-3 Local Development 1 Room 330 Chair: LEE, Hyun Ok AGBEMENU, John Nunya () / YU, Pyeong Jun () Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) Principle in development: A Comparative analysis of Rural Development programs in Ghana and South ISLAM, Saiful (Yonsei Unoversity) Social Entrepreneurship Role on Rural Migrant Worker Supplier and Rural Tourism in Indonesia LEE, Bo Kyeong () / HAN, Sang Il () / CHUNG, So Yoon () Sustainability of Social Economy and the Role of Local Government: Development of Social Economy in Sungnam City The 3rd International Conference on Social Enterprise in Asial11 Parallel Session 2 14:00-15:30 Fri
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