Capability Innovation – Social Entrepreneurship und soziale Innovation aus Entwicklungsperspektive

  • Rafael Ziegler

Zusammenfassung

Richard Swedberg schreibt: „One of the difficulties with the notion of social entrepreneurship [...] is that it is not connected to a general theory of entrepreneurship, but is usually used as a slogan or inspiring phrase" (Swedberg 2006: 26). Er schlägt vor, Schumpeters klassische Theorie von Entrepreneurship zugunsten einer Konzeptualisierung von Social Entrepreneurship neu zu überdenken.

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