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Entrepreneurship in French non profit organizations dealing with medical, sanitary and social sector

Abstract : In France, a large number of non-profit organizations are part of the third sector (services to clients) and are as such at the intersection of the market, the state and the informal sector. At the same time, the extensive development of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) leads to the reproduction of the practices stemming from the company in these a priori non-profit organizations. Today, those French NPOs above government supervision have to justify themselves. For example, do they bring entrepreneurship in public management? Our double case study underlines the original emergence of plural forms of CSO entrepreneurship. Actors' games are observed. Besides, we can speak about social entrepreneurship when CSO configure an offer of trade service. Finally, we sometimes observe a reconfiguration of the institutional borders of the CSO.
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Madina Rival. Entrepreneurship in French non profit organizations dealing with medical, sanitary and social sector. ISTR, Jul 2010, Istambul, Turkey. ⟨halshs-00485924⟩

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