Social Entrepreneurship

Spring 2021
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Robert Thomas
MGT 4194

Social enterprises are dedicated to creating social value by attracting private and public funds to address the challenges of society. They may take the form of a nonprofit, for-profit or hybrid organization. These organizations apply business and market principles in their efforts to solve problems not addressed by the private sector and governments. One of the critical tasks of social enterprises is to grow and scale, as the consequences of poverty, environmental issues, education, and human injustices are global and systemic. Innovations in the field of social enterprises include social capital markets, techniques to measure social impact, and organizational design.

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