At the end of the semester the student should have:
Gathered deep knowledge about the origin, evolution and stakeholders of the European social economy
Developed a critical approach about the European Commission and other Eu institutions’ legal framework for the social economy and its main entities: cooperatives, associations, foundations and social enterprises.
Gained a solid understanding of the concept of social enterprise as well as of its relation to and differences with other related concepts.
Gained a solid understanding and knowledge of the roots and evolution of social enterprise in Europe as well as existing trends and posible scenarios for future developments.
Gained a solid understanding of European Commission institutional tools to develop and contribute to the emergence of national and European supportive ecosystems for social enterprise.
Obtained frameworks and tools to effectively analyse and approach various aspects related to social enterprise including its legal form and its social impact assessment.