EL RETORNO SOCIAL DE INVERSION DE UNA EMPRESA SOCIAL AGRÍCOLA EN EL SUR DE SONORA

The Social Return on Investment (SROI) measures the change through social, environmental and economic results using monetary terms to represent them. This allows to calculate the cost-benefit ratio that is value, rather than money. In the same way that a business plan contains much more than financial projections, the SROI is much more than just a number. It is a story about change, on which to base decisions, including case studies and qualitative, quantitative and financial information. You can group the social value generated by an entire organization, or focus only on a specific aspect of their work. Similarly, there are several ways of doing the SROI analysis since it can be performed largely as an internal exercise of the company or, alternatively, may be led by an outside investigator. The aim of this work is an evaluative SROI in a company of the agricultural sector in southern Sonora, dedicated to the production of organic vegetables under greenhouse conditions.


Other Titles:
The Social Return on Investment of an Agricultural Social Enterprise in the South of Sonora
Editor(s):
Moreno, Salomón
Subject(s):
Issue Date:
Dec 21 2017
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Record Identifier:
http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/266421
ISSN:
1405-9282
Language:
Spanish
Published in:
Revista Mexicana de Agronegocios, Volume 41, July-December 2017
Page range:
660-669
Note:
ISNN-1405-9282




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