Context and Social Enterprises: Which Environments Enable Social Entrepreneurship?

  • Stephan U
  • Folmer E
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Abstract

Societal challenges such as inequalities, poverty, poor health and environmental degradation are growing. Social enterprises – organisations that use market based-based activities to alleviate societal needs – and social entrepreneurs –individuals working for their own account to pursue prosocial goals to benefit others – can help to address such societal challenges. But how can social entrepreneurship be supported through policies and other support measures?

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Stephan, U., & Folmer, E. (2017). Context and Social Enterprises: Which Environments Enable Social Entrepreneurship? Seforis, (2), 1–4.

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