“Social Entrepreneurship: The Case for Definition,” Sally Osberg & Roger Martin in Stanford Social Innovation ReviewApril 20, 2007 by phil
Social entrepreneurship is attracting growing amounts of talent, money, and attention. But along with its increasing popularity has come less certainty about what exactly a social entrepreneur is and does. As a result, all sorts of activities are now being called social entrepreneurship. Some say that a more inclusive term is all for the good, but in this recent Stanford Social Innovation article, Sally Osberg and Roger L. Martin argue that it’s time for a more rigorous definition.
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