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  1. Evaluating the Double Bottom-Line of Social Banking in an Emerging Country: How Efficient Are Public Banks in Supporting Priority and Non-Priority Sectors in India?Almudena Martínez-Campillo, Mahinda Wijesiri & Peter Wanke - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-22.
    India is the emerging country with the world’s greatest social banking program, so Indian banks are required to finance the weaker sectors of society that are excluded from the traditional financial system, while also providing mainstream banking services to non-priority sectors. For social banks to promote the ethical–social management of their dual mission and to be successful in today’s business environment, they must be as efficient as possible in both dimensions of their banking activity. Whereas the efficiency of Indian banks (...)
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  • Data Envelopment Analysis and Social Enterprises: Analysing Performance, Strategic Orientation and Mission Drift.Matthias Staessens, Pieter Jan Kerstens, Johan Bruneel & Laurens Cherchye - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-17.
    This study endorses the use of data envelopment analysis, which uses benefit-of-the-doubt weighting to evaluate the social, economic and overall performance of social enterprises. This methodology is especially useful for creating composite indicators based on multiple outputs expressed in different measurement units, and allows for enterprise-specific weighting of the different objectives. Applying this methodology on a unique longitudinal dataset of Flemish sheltered workshops suggests that social enterprises may face different types of mission drift. Further, our results show that top-performing social (...)
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