There was an interesting article in Pioneer Post on social entrepreneurship:
There needs to be a shift in thinking around social entrepreneurship terminology argues Pamela Hartigan, the director of the Skoll Centre at the Saïd Business School, Oxford University.
After emphasising that the comments she was about to make strictly reflected her perspective (as opposed to those of the institution she leads, one would assume) Hartigan told delegates of the 2015 Emerge conference: “Social entrepreneurship is not a field – it is an approach, a mindset, a way that you address a problem.
“This mindset and approach can be defined as an ability to combine innovation, opportunity and resourcefulness to shape and evolve a solution to a very specific problem.”
Here is the link to a full text of the post.