This article explores new forms of organizing (and organization creation) in relation to entrepreneurship and social transformation. In particular, in the dialogue that follows in this issue, we initiate a discussion regarding the ways through which social transformation is or can be related to community action and public and/or social entrepreneurship. By focusing on socioeconomic environments in flux, we suggest that emerging alternative initiatives are not simply oppositional, resistance forces, but new organizing assemblages that co-constitute new social realities that urgently need to be actualized. We conclude the article with a number of theoretical propositions, which as we suggest, instigate the study of embedded and socially transformative organizing.
Daskalaki, M., Hjorth, D., & Mair, J. (2015). Are Entrepreneurship, Communities, and Social Transformation Related? Journal of Management Inquiry, 24(4), 419-423. https://doi.org/10.1177/1056492615579012