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“…Despite this, the potential significance of social enterprise as a business form (in legal, financial and cultural terms) does not currently seem to be appreciated in the literature on CBM. It did not feature amongst the significant terms constituting the field generated by the bibliometric analysis within a systematic literature review of the field [56]. This means that although sharing and circular business models may be increasingly understood as physical resource use systems and as market structures, the role played by business form and organizational culture risks being under-appreciated.…”
Section: Social Enterprisementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Despite this, the potential significance of social enterprise as a business form (in legal, financial and cultural terms) does not currently seem to be appreciated in the literature on CBM. It did not feature amongst the significant terms constituting the field generated by the bibliometric analysis within a systematic literature review of the field [56]. This means that although sharing and circular business models may be increasingly understood as physical resource use systems and as market structures, the role played by business form and organizational culture risks being under-appreciated.…”
Section: Social Enterprisementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although this process is aimed at creating positive organizational and environmental impacts, CE-oriented BMI may be associated with a high level of uncertainty, challenges and complexity. For instance, some authors (Tura et al, 2017;Linder and Williander, 2017;Evans et al, 2017;Salvador et al, 2019) have focused on the barriers and drivers of CBMs implementation. Finally, existing differences between sectors of the economy require a different application of CE-oriented innovations.…”
Section: From Business Models To Circular Business Modelsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It has been argued by e.g. (Linder and Williander, 2017) (Salvador et al, 2019), that since producers maintain the ownership over the product, the return flow of used goods is facilitated, hence these businesses support the practices of repair, remanufacturing, upgrading, recycling.…”
Section: Business Models Based On Circular Usementioning
confidence: 99%
“…More specifically, closing material flows involves transforming outputs into inputs (i.e., from waste into secondary raw materials) [4]. Slowing material flows refers to reducing the time that it takes products, materials and components to exit the economic system and become waste, which can be achieved by maximizing and preserving their value [5]. Lastly, narrowing material flows can be interpreted in two ways: from the production side, it refers to increasing material efficiency of products and services [6].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A transition towards a CE requires systemic changes in the systems of production and consumption, including social practices such as regulations, norms and consumption patterns [7]. Circular Business Models (CBMs) are considered a tool for planning, organizing and implementing circularity at the firm level [5]. This makes them particularly appealing to the private sector due to their potential for reconciling circularity (i.e., narrowing, slowing and closing resource flows) and commercial value creation [8].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%