Fergus Lyon
Fergus Lyon
Professor of Enterprise and Organisations, Middlesex University
E-mail megerősítve itt: mdx.ac.uk - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Social enterprises as hybrid organizations: A review and research agenda
B Doherty, H Haugh, F Lyon
International journal of management reviews 16 (4), 417-436, 2014
Trust, networks and norms: The creation of social capital in agricultural economies in Ghana
F Lyon
World Development 28 (4), 663-681, 2000
Social impact measurement and non-profit organisations: Compliance, resistance, and promotion
M Arvidson, F Lyon
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 25 …, 2014
Valuing the social? The nature and controversies of measuring social return on investment (SROI)
M Arvidson, F Lyon, S McKay, D Moro
Voluntary sector review 4 (1), 3-18, 2013
The ambitions and challenges of SROI.
M Arvidson, F Lyon, S McKay, D Moro
TSRC, 2010
Mapping social enterprises: past approaches, challenges and future directions
F Lyon, L Sepulveda
Social Enterprise Journal, 2009
Population superdiversity and new migrant enterprise: The case of London
L Sepulveda, S Syrett, F Lyon
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 23 (7-8), 469-497, 2011
Handbook of research methods on trust
F Lyon, G Mšllering, MNK Saunders
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015
Playing with numbers: A methodological critique of the social enterprise growth myth
S Teasdale, F Lyon, R Baldock
Journal of social entrepreneurship 4 (2), 113-131, 2013
Beyond green niches? Growth strategies of environmentally-motivated social enterprises
I Vickers, F Lyon
International Small Business Journal 32 (4), 449-470, 2014
Transdisciplinary environmental research: Building trust across professional cultures
F Harris, F Lyon
Environmental Science & Policy 31, 109-119, 2013
Public service innovation and multiple institutional logics: The case of hybrid social enterprise providers of health and wellbeing
I Vickers, F Lyon, L Sepulveda, C McMullin
Research Policy 46 (10), 1755-1768, 2017
Strategies for scaling up social enterprise: lessons from early years providers
F Lyon, H Fernandez
Social Enterprise Journal, 2012
Enabling investment for the transition to a low carbon economy: Government policy to finance early stage green innovation
R Owen, G Brennan, F Lyon
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 31, 137-145, 2018
‘We don’t deal with courts’: Cooperation and alternative institutions shaping exporting relationships of small and medium-sized enterprises in Ghana
IO Amoako, F Lyon
International Small Business Journal 32 (2), 117-139, 2014
Trader associations and urban food systems in Ghana: Institutionalist approaches to understanding urban collective action
F Lyon
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 27 (1), 11-23, 2003
Market institutions, trust and norms: exploring moral economies in Nigerian food systems
F Lyon, G Porter
Cambridge Journal of Economics 33 (5), 903-920, 2009
Enterprising refugees: Contributions and challenges in deprived urban areas
F Lyon, L Sepulveda, S Syrett
Local Economy 22 (4), 362-375, 2007
Community groups and livelihoods in remote rural areas of Ghana: How small‐scale farmers sustain collective action
F Lyon
Community Development Journal 38 (4), 323-331, 2003
Towards a ‘long view’: historical perspectives on the scaling and replication of social ventures
RK Blundel, F Lyon
Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 6 (1), 80-102, 2015
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