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Social Intrapreneurship – Innovative und unternehmerische Aspekte in drei deutschen christlichen Wohlfahrtsträgern

  • Björn Schmitz
  • Thomas Scheuerle
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Zusammenfassung

Das Themenfeld Sozialunternehmertum findet zunehmend Aufmerksamkeit in der wissenschaftlichen Debatte (etwa Drayton 2002; Drayton 2005; Bornstein 2004; Bishop 2006; Nicholls 2006; Mair/Martí 2006; Hill et al. 2010). Dennoch gibt es bislang keine gemeinsame Definition (Mair/Martí 2006; Hill et al. 2010).

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