Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Case Studies, Practices and Perspectives ePUB
The papers in this book come from eight countries and they highlight important issues, Practices and Perspectives in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship. ePUB ISBN: 978-1-910309-60-5 Published September 2014
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Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Case Studies, Practices and Perspectives edited by Dr Brendan Galbraith and Professor Francesco Molinari
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In today’s society, innovation research which focuses on the social economy is especially important. The sustainability of social innovations is paramount in order to develop an environment where the society as a whole profits and social enterprises can excel and meet a range of community needs.
This book brings together a collection of papers on social entrepreneurship that have been presented at the European Conference for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ECIE) and International Conference for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ICIE). The papers in this book come from eight countries and they highlight important issues, Practices and Perspectives in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The editors of the book, Dr Brendan Galbraith and Professor Francesco Molinari are both currently associated with Ulster University in Belfast, UK. They have carefully selected with both academic and practitioner readers in mind, whether it is an entrepreneurship educator, researcher or practitioner.
Edited by Dr Brendan Galbraith and Professor Francesco Molinari