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Laurent Fraisse
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Last updated: 27/02/2020
Laurent Fraisse
Institutional Researcher
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  Associated Researcher, CNAM.
  Fraisse L, Gardin L., Laville J-L., Petrella F., Battesti N. (2020), « Social entreprise in France. At the crossroads of social economy, solidarity economy and social entrepreneurship ? », in Defourny J.and M. Nyssens (Eds), Social enterprise in Western Europe and in Central and Eastern Europe, Roultledge, be published in 2020.

Fraisse L., Häikiö L., Adam S., Jolanki O., Knutagård M. (2017), « The Janus Face of Social Innovation in Local Welfare Initiatives », in Martinelli F., Anttonen A., Mätzke M. (Eds), Social Services Disrupted. Changes, Challenges and Policy Implications for Europe in Times of Austerity, Chapter 13, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, p.291-302.

Fraisse L. (2017), « Co-construire l’action publique : Apports et limites des politiques locales
de l’Économie sociale et solidaire en France », Revue Politiques et Management Public, volume 34/1-2, p.105-120.

Fraisse L., Escubedo A. (2014), « Changing family needs and Local childcare policies », in Rancin C., Sabatinelli S., Brandsen T. (Eds), Social Vulneralibilty in European Cities. The role of Local Welfare in times of crisis. Palgrave MacMillan, p. 103-134.

Fraisse L. (2013), « The social and solidarity-based economy as a new field of public action: A policy and method for promoting social innovation » in Moulaert F., The International Handbook of Social Innovation, Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 361-371.
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  Sociologist, Laurent Fraisse is associated researcher of the Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire pour la Sociologie Economique (LISE / CNAM, Paris). He is also member of the EMES International Research Network and the French Academic Network on social and solidarity economy. His main research fields are social and solidarity economy, social enterprises, social innovation, third sector as well as the governance of welfare policies and social care services.