Chapter 3: Knowledge development of social entrepreneurship
Despite being a young academic subject, social entrepreneurship is surprisingly broad in its orientation. This chapter discusses its short history, the differences between social entrepreneurship in the public sector, the business sector and the citizen sector, its relationship to ‘place’ as opposite to ‘space’, the role it can play in local community development, and how it is related to citizen capital and governance.
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