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The Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship - Gregory Dees

The Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship - Gregory Dees

"The idea of Social Entrepreneurship has struck a responsive chord. It is a phrase well suited to our times. It combines the passion of a social mission with an image of business-like discipline, innovation, and determination commonly associated with, for instance, the high-tech pioneers of Silicon Valley"...
Social Entrepreneurship: A Needed Tool for Contemporary Community Development Education; Craig Talmage

Social Entrepreneurship: A Needed Tool for Contemporary Community Development Education; Craig Talmage

"Community development education (CDE) can learn from the feld of social entrepreneurship to catalyze transformational change in communities. Social entrepreneurship does not aim to incrementally improve unjust equilibriums, but aims to transform them into new and more just equilibriums. As CDE seeks to instruct students to address social, economic, and environmental change, social entrepreneurship supplies another tool for instructor, student, and professional toolkits to improve community well-being"...
Social Entrepreneurship: Action Grounded in Needs; Malin Gawell

Social Entrepreneurship: Action Grounded in Needs; Malin Gawell

"The interest in social and/or societal entrepreneurship has increased rapidly during the past decade. Yet, the field is still young and fragmented and its heritage includes tensions and shortcomings. The theories grounded in entrepreneurship research tend to address the entrepreneurial ventures’ ability to recognise, explore and/or exploit opportunities. Other research argues instead that social entrepreneurial ventures respond to needs in society. However, none of these lines of research extensively problematise the issues of opportunities and needs"...
Creating Shared Value: How to reinvent capitalism—and unleash a wave of innovation and growth; Michael E. Porter; Mark R. Kramer

Creating Shared Value: How to reinvent capitalism—and unleash a wave of innovation and growth; Michael E. Porter; Mark R. Kramer

"The purpose of the corporation must be redefined as creating shared value, not just profit per se. This will drive the next wave of innovation and productivity growth in the global economy. It will also reshape capitalism and its relationship to society. Perhaps most important of all, learning how to create shared value is our best chance to legitimize business again"...
Social entrepreneurship: critique and the radical enactment of the social; Pascal Dey; Chris Steyaert

Social entrepreneurship: critique and the radical enactment of the social; Pascal Dey; Chris Steyaert

"Purpose – This paper seeks to pinpoint the importance of critical research that gets to problematise social entrepreneurship’s self-evidences, myths, and political truth-effects, thus creating space for novel and more radical enactments".
Sink Or Swim: Social Enterprise As A Panacea For Non-profit Organisations; Sara Calvo

Sink Or Swim: Social Enterprise As A Panacea For Non-profit Organisations; Sara Calvo

"The institutional frameworks and contexts that support social enterprises and the growth of hybrid organisations in Sub-Saharan Africa require more concerted examination. Drawing upon a qualitative study, and examined through a framework of Postcolonial theory, this paper contributes to emerging discussions in this area through an investigation of the transformation of non-profit organisations (NPOs) towards the social enterprise model and exploring the impact of hybridity on the management of these organisations in Tanzania"...
Enacting entrepreneurship as social value creation; Steffen Korsgaard; Alistair R. Anderson

Enacting entrepreneurship as social value creation; Steffen Korsgaard; Alistair R. Anderson

"The social plays an important role in entrepreneurship, but one that is not well understood. We argue that the social conditions of entrepreneurs, as well as the social nature of opportunities, affect the entrepreneurial process. Hence it is conceptually useful to understand enterprise as socially situated. Accordingly, this article examines the enactment of a socialized opportunity to explore the process of entrepreneurial growth. We find that a conceptualization of social value creation usefully develops our understanding and challenges the view that economic growth is the only relevant outcome of entrepreneurship"...
Feminist perspectives on social entrepreneurship - critique and new directions; Susan Clark Muntean; Banu Ozkazanc-Pan

Feminist perspectives on social entrepreneurship - critique and new directions; Susan Clark Muntean; Banu Ozkazanc-Pan

"Purpose – The authors bring diverse feminist perspectives to bear on social entrepreneurship research and practice to challenge existing assumptions and approaches while providing new directions for research at the intersections of gender, social and commercial entrepreneurship"...