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Social Entrepreneur and NPO in Collective Action for the Global Commons

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Ueda, Yoshifumi
Conference: EGDI and UNU-WIDER Conference Unlocking Human Potential: Linking the Informal and Formal Sectors
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Conf. Date: September 17-18
Date: 2004
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/6417
Sector: General & Multiple Resources
Global Commons
Social Organization
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Subject(s): global commons
entrepreneurship
collective action
game theory
public goods and bads
environmental degradation
Abstract: "The Olsonian 'by-product theory' of collective action is re-examined by taking into consideration the indispensability of organizer's works to any collective action. It is derived (i) that business schemes must be undertaken by the leadership of an entrepreneur type of organizer in order to stop the global commons from being degraded, (ii) that under some conditions, social entrepreneur can contribute to financing collective action for the global commons on a more sufficient level than other types of entrepreneurs, and (ii) that the qualifications for the social entrepreneur are, skills on the organizing and managing work and missions to collective interests. A three-stage game in which an 'eco-good' is undertaken by an organizer is presented in order to illustrate the main logic."

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