Peilun Chen, Yubing Han, Zhicai Wang
The Sunshine Campus of Wuhan Textile University, Hubei, Wuhan, 430000, China
A social organization refers to an institution that uses the way of business operation to achieve its own social purpose and realize social functions. It can not only overcome the insufficiency of the social hematopoietic function of the general non-profit organization, but also emphasizes the social function more than the general enterprise companies that undertake social responsibilities. It can provide services to the society more simply and efficiently and deal with social problems. At the end of the twentieth century, after the successive failures of social resources and policies, society was also hit by international economic fluctuations. Some obstacles also began to emerge in the way businesses in the welfare countries of East and West Europe hoped to use social organizations to help deal with social problems. Without sustained funding, non-profit organizations were often unable to provide sustainable and efficient social services, and many were not even able to survive, resulting in a loss of corporate volunteerism. In this context, social enterprise emerged as the times require, which is a comprehensive institutional institution with dual characteristics of social and for-profit. The increasingly rich social development practice of social enterprises has also made public governance academia further realize the important role of social enterprises, which can effectively provide services to the government and handle public affairs. At the same time, in the current relatively complete system of social enterprise development, it will promote the growth of social enterprises through the corresponding public policy support system. In this context, it is necessary to study the phenomenon of institutional absence in the current social enterprise growth.
Social enterprise, Public policy, Missing issues
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