Social economy entities and its eco-system in different European countries.
This study presents comparative analysis of the findings of the international research project RESCuE project – Patterns of Resilience during Socioeconomic Crises among Households in Europe (VII UE FP). Presentation of differences and similarities in defining and understanding of concept of social economy and its background in different European countries should help to identify and understand kind of patterns of Social Economy presented in second part of the paper. This patterns and its background creates a frame for eco-system of SE entities in every country. Fieldwork findings (conducted in partner countries) presents every day practice of social economy entities in researched communities and their specific ecosystems of relations, dependencies, reciprocities and how this factors influence on individual, households and communities resilience. It also gives an opportunity to present advantages and limitations of specific entities acting in given ecosystems based on legal, socio-political and cultural background.
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