SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISES


Author: Julian Narlev

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This article discusses the essence of sustainable management of social structures. An attempt has been made to clarify the "points of contact" between the two modern management concepts - social enterprises and sustainable management. The approaches to modern interpretations of the sustainable management of social enterprises and innovations, as well as the indicators for evaluation of this management in the modern world, are briefly explained.
As a result of the analyzed research, a typology of social enterprises is also presented in four categories - "fair enterprises", "enterprises with value system", "alternative enterprises" and "community
enterprises".". The article also demonstrates the current role of these enterprises as modern social and economic structures for the sustainable development of nature and societies.

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