RRBM Honor Roll
The RRBM Honor Roll publications have been selected as examples of research that is both rigorous and relevant. The listing below offers credible insights for society.
These publications have been selected for the RRBM Honor Roll by the Selection Board with the exception of 2019 articles selected by a pre-test review panel.
|Nature of the publication||Journal article|
|Title of the publication||The potentials and perils of prosocial power: Transnational social entrepreneurship dynamics in vulnerable places|
|Journal name/Book publisher||Journal of Business Venturing|
Social entrepreneurs can be powerful change agents for alleviating the suffering of the disadvantaged. However, their prosocial motivation and behavior frequently result in detrimental impacts on those they intend to support, especially when their operations span different sociospatial contexts. We conducted a multiple comparative case study among 12 transnational social entrepreneurs of foreign, domestic non-indigenous, and local indigenous origin, who are seeking to improve the livelihoods of indigenous communities in rural Ecuador. We introduce the concept of prosocial power to social entrepreneurship research and demonstrate how it can work as a double-edged sword in the hands of transnationally embedded social entrepreneurs who operate in vulnerable places. Context-bound variations in social distance, bi-directional learning,
|Author #1||Florian Koehne|
|Affiliation Author #1||Johannes Kepler University Linz|
|Author #2||Rick Woodward|
|Affiliation Author #2||The University of Edinburgh|
|Author #3||Benson Honig|
|Affiliation Author #3||McMaster University|