In 2011, Paul Tracey became an embedded researcher at Keystone, a hybrid social enterprise in Thetford, a rural town in the East of England. Keystone earns revenue by operating several enterprises, including a café, a conference center, a bicycle recycling business, and a retail business that sells locally produced fruit and vegetables. With that revenue, the organization supports programs that serve vulnerable people in its community. Neil Stott, a former graduate student of Tracey’s, was chief…

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