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Social entrepreneurship: new models of sustainable social change

Author: Nicholls, Alex Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP) 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 448 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780199283873Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HD75.6 .S63 2006
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Print HD75.6 .S63 2006
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Contents Social Entrepreneurship Social Entrepreneurship Acknowledgements List o f Figures List o f Tables Abbreviations About the Authors x xi xiv xv xix Introduction Alex Nicholls Part I. New Perspectives 1. Social Business Entrepreneurs Are the Solution 37 Muhammad Yunus 2. The Citizen Sector Transformed Bill Drayton 3. For What It Is Worth: Social Value and the Future of Social Entrepreneurship Rowena Young 4. Cultivating the Other Invisible Hand of Social 56 Entrepreneurship: Comparative Advantage, Public Policy, and Future Research Priorities Geoff Mulgan Part II. New Theories 5. Social Entrepreneurship: The Structuration of a Field Alex Nicholls and Albert Hyunbae Cho 6. Social Entrepreneurship: Agency in a Globalizing World Paola Grenier Contents 7. Rhetoric, Reality, and Research: Building a Solid Foundation for the Practice of Social Entrepreneurship Beth Battle Anderson and J. Gregory Dees 8. Social Entrepreneurship: It Is for Corporations, Too James E. Austin, Herman B. Leonard, Ezepiel Reficco, and Jane Wei-Skillem 9. Social Entrepreneurship: Exploring a Cultural Mode Amidst Others in the Church of England Doug Foster Part Ill. New Models 10. Social Enterprise Models and Their Mission and Money Relationships Sutia Kim Alter 11. The Socially Entrepreneurial City Charles Leadbeater 12. Helping People Is Difficult: Growth and Performance in Social Enterprises Working for International Relief and Development Alex Jacobs 13. The Social Entrepreneurship Collaboratory (SE Lab): A University Incubator for a Rising Generation of Social Entrepreneurs Gordon M.Bloom Part IV. New Directions 14. Wayfinding Without a Compass: Philanthropy's Changing Landscape and Its Implications for Social Entrepreneurs Sally Osberg 15. Delivering on the Promise of Social Entrepreneurship: Challenges Faced in Launching a Global Social Capital Market Pamela Hartigan 16. Social Entrepreneurship:The Promise and the Perils Jerr Boschee 17. Moving Ahead Together: Implications of a Blended Value Framework for the Future of Social Entrepreneurship Jed Emerson Endnote Alex Nicholls Bibliography Index

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