What’s happening in the world of social entrepreneurship?

Posted on March 13, 2008. Filed under: Links, Social Entrepreneurship |

To help me keep my thoughts in order and to keep my readers up to date, I have started this post to bring together the important links on social entrepreneurship over the last couple weeks. There is going to be a great mix of articles and blogs from all over the internet, social entrepreneurship is in many forms. Every other Thursday I will post a few links from the web I have come across during the week.

What has happened the past couple of weeks in social entrepreneurship:

  • The New York Times launches a slide show of young social entrepreneurs from across the country.
  • Gen X & Y created Kiva, so why are we concerned about a leadership deficit? An important question asked by New Voices of Philanthropy.
  • Harvard Business School’s explanation of social entrepreneurship.
  • A new special issue of the journal Race, Poverty and the Environment highlights case studies of social enterprises.
  • Social networking is changing philanthropy. Check out this Chronicle article.
  • What makes a successful social enterprise. article

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Hi Tera, great links here and a very interesting blog all around. I look forward to reading more!

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