Making things better: the Case of Corporate Social Responsibility versus Social Entrepreneurship
Fouchez, Martin-Charles (2006) Making things better: the Case of Corporate Social Responsibility versus Social Entrepreneurship. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
This paper is concerned with varying market cracks and gaps, which have the potential to impact both environmental and social fields detrimentally. Instead of focusing on how international bodies and regulation could tackle such problems, this paper focuses on how business could decrease or repair the damages it causes. Thus, the potential of two recent fields: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Social Entrepreneurship are investigated, addressing the extent to which they can tackle market cracks and gaps. To have a better understanding of what solutions they provide, as well as what problems they encounter, case study research is employed.
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