Social entrepreneurship [electronic resource] : new models of sustainable social change
- Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2006.
- Physical description
- xxx, 444 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface -- Introduction -- PART I: NEW PERSPECTIVES -- 1. Social Business Entrepreneurs are the Solution -- 2. The Citizen Sector Transformed -- 3. For What It's Worth: Social Value and the Future of Social Entrepreneurship -- 4. Cultivating the Other Invisible Hand of Social Entrepreneurship: Comparative Advantage, Public Policy, and Future Research Priorities -- PART II: NEW THEORIES -- 5. Social Entrepreneurship: The Structuration of a Field -- 6. Social Entrepreneurship: Agency in a Globalising World -- 7. Rhetoric, Reality, and Research: Building a Solid Foundation for the Practice of Social Entrepreneurship -- 8. Social Entrepreneurship: It's For Corporations, Too -- 9. Social Entrepreneurship: Exploring a Cultural Mode Amidst Others in the Church of England -- PART III: NEW MODELS -- 10. Social Enterprise Models and Their Mission and Money Relationships -- 11. The Socially Entrepreneurial City -- 12. Helping People is Difficult: Growth and Performance in Social Enterprises Working for International Relief and Development -- 13. The Social Entrepreneurship Collaboratory (SE Lab): A University Incubator for a Rising Generation of Social Entrepreneurs -- PART IV: NEW DIRECTIONS -- 14. Wayfinding without a Compass: Philanthropy's Changing Landscape and its Implications for Social Entrepreneurs -- 15. Delivering on the Promise of Social Entrepreneurship: Challenges Faced in Launching a Global Social Capital Market -- 16. Social Entrepreneurship: The Promise and the Perils -- 17. Moving Ahead Together: Implications of a Blended Value Framework for the Future of Social Entrepreneurship -- Endnote.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publisher's Summary
- 'Social Entrepreneurship' is a term that has come to be applied to the activities of grass-roots activists, NGOs, policy makers, international institutions, and corporations, amongst others, which address a range of social issues in innovative and creative ways. Themed around the emerging agendas for developing new, sustainable models of social sector excellence and systemic impact, Social Entrepreneurship offers, for the first time, a wide-ranging, internationally-focused selection of cutting-edge work from leading academics, policy makers, and practitioners. Together they seek to clarify some of the ambiguity around this term, describe a range of social entrepreneurship projects, and establish a clear set of frameworks with which to understand it. Included in the volume are contributions from Muhammad Yunus, the father of microfinance, Geoff Mulgan, former head of the British prime minister's policy unit, and Bill Drayton, founder of the Ashoka network of social entrepreneurs. Jeff Skoll, founder of the Skoll Foundation, and first president of eBay, provides a preface.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- edited by Alex Nicholls.
- Title from e-book title screen (viewed October 15, 2007).
- Electronic reproduction. UK : MyiLibrary, 2007 Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to MIL affiliated libraries.