Introduction Yanto Chandra & Linda Wong Part I: Policy 1. Reinventing Social Enterprise in China: Language, Institution and Strategy Meng Zhao 2. Social Enterprise Development in Hong Kong: Legitimacy and Institutional Logics Kevin Au, Terence Yuen and Jessica Tam 3. Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Hong Kong: A Public Policy Dimension Jane CY Lee 4. The Blank Spots and Blind Spots on Hong Kong SE Policies KEE, Chi-Hing 5. Public Policy Measures and Promotion of Social Enterprises in Taiwan Yu-Yuan KUAN and Shu-Twu WANG 6. Social Entrepreneurship in Taiwan: Opportunities and Challenges Jennifer H. Chen and Ji-Ren Lee Part II: Cases 7. The Entrepreneurship Process in High Performing Hybrid Organizations: Insights from Diamond Cab Yanto Chandra 8. Public-Private Partnership in the Development of Social Entrepreneurship in the Mainland China: The Case of NPI Ding Li 9. Project Flame - The CityU Story Linda Wong 10. Empowerment in Social Entrepreneurship: The Case of DID Hong Kong Antony Pang, Hang Chow , Cora Chu , Fiona Wat , Julian Zhu 11. Multi-Sided Platforms Strategy in Social Entrepreneurship: A Case Study of Taiwan's Duofu Jennifer H. Chen and Hsiang-Hsun Wu
Yanto Chandra is Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Policy, with joint appointment with the Department of Management, at the City University of Hong Kong. His research interests are social, sustainable, developmental entrepreneurship, social investment, and entrepreneurship in general. Linda Wong is a former Professor in the Department of Public Policy at the City University of Hong Kong. She was the founder and director of Project Flame, the City University of Hong Kong's platform to promote social innovation and social entrepreneurship for students.