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“Theorizing On Social Enterprise Behaviors In Challenging Environments – Evidence From Five Social Cooperatives In Poland”

We recommend great reading on polish social entrepreneurship sector by PhD Marzena Starnawska from Gdansk Technical University. Her paper:  THEORIZING ON SOCIAL ENTERPRISE BEHAVIORS IN CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENTS – EVIDENCE FROM FIVE SOCIAL COOPERATIVES IN POLAND [...]

Creative Social Enterprise Business Model Ideas: 10 Ways to Address Affordability

We highly recommend this text on social entrepreneurship business models by Danielle Sutton on Acumen website. +Acumen offers world-class online courses that empower you to think differently, learn collaboratively and join a global community of learners and doers with a burning desire to change the world. […]

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Read the newset article: ‘Social Entrepreneurship Education: Is it Achieving the Desired Aims?”

We recommend a very recent research article (2019) on social entrepreneurship "Social Entrepreneurship Education: Is it Achieving the Desired Aims?" by  Debbi D. Brock and Susan D Steiner.   Please see the abstract here:   This study's purpose was [...]

Social Entrepreneurship in education systems

Education plays a crucial role in shaping the minds and opinions of the future generation. Debate regarding the much needed changes in our current education systems has been ongoing for some time now - if [...]

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Report: Social Enterprise Develpment in the Middle East and North Africa

Report: SOCIAL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA, A Qualitative Analysis of Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Palestine, 2017: soc_ent in mideast

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Deloitte Social Investment Leveraging Index in CEE

The new Deloitte Social Investment Leveraging Index (DSILI) developed by Deloitte in partnership with EVPA and GSEN provides arguments on why investing for impact through social investment may yield significant social returns in Central and Eastern Europe. [...]