Social entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility /
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This book provides professionals, as well as students, with the understanding that Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are now core business principles for sustainably. It encourages social entrepreneurs in their role as forerunners, in creating new business models that...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Marques, Joan (Editor), Dhiman, Satinder (Editor)
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Cham : Springer, [2020]
Series:Management for professionals.
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Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Preface
  • Contents
  • About the Editors
  • Contributors
  • Part I: Social Responsibility
  • 1: A Case for Social Entrepreneurship in Our Times
  • Introduction
  • Social Entrepreneurs: Featured Cases
  • Kenton Lee: Creating Shoes that Grow
  • Andy Moon: Developing Solar Energy in Developing Countries
  • Jeremiah Kimbugwe: Enhancing Sanitary Options
  • Luis Cruz: Developing the Eyeboard System
  • William Kamkwamba: Constructing Electricity Resources
  • Brittany Wenger: Building an Artificial Brain
  • Arpit Dhupar: Solving the Pollution Problem
  • References
  • 2: Social Entrepreneurship: The Quest for a Planetary Consciousness of Human Compatibility
  • Introduction
  • The Dominant Prevailing Human Consciousness
  • Consciousness
  • The Nature of the Mind
  • Is Seeing Believing?
  • The Dominant Nature of Human Consciousness
  • Distinguishing Change and Transformation
  • Creating a Context of Caring and Compatibility
  • A Context of Caring
  • A Context of Compatibility
  • The Seven Principles of Social Equality: The Emerging Paradigm of Human Compatibility
  • Sustainability and Human Consciousness
  • Two Musical Themes
  • Transformation
  • Steering a Course to Compatibility and Human Preservation
  • Compatibility
  • Preservation or Sustainability
  • References
  • 3: The Social Entrepreneur
  • Introduction
  • What Is a Social Purpose Enterprise?
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Motivations of the Social Entrepreneur
  • The Social Entrepreneur and Leadership
  • Conclusions
  • References
  • 4: Aspiring to Be a Social Entrepreneur: Does Prosocial Motivation Matter?
  • The Social Entrepreneur: Motivations and Intentions
  • Social Entrepreneurial Aspirations: A Motivated Information Processing Perspective
  • Prosocial Motivation and Social Entrepreneurial Intention
  • Prosocial Motivation, Intrinsic Motivation, and Social Entrepreneurial Intention
  • The Role of Prior Experience with Social Problems
  • The Role of Social Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy
  • Discussion
  • Future Research Directions
  • References
  • 5: Moral Entrepreneurship: Being Authentic and Using One's Moral Compass to Navigate the Journey of Doing Good Deeds
  • Rise of Entrepreneurs in America
  • Entrepreneurial Purpose
  • Small-Scale Individual Entrepreneurs
  • Small and Medium Enterprises
  • Developing and Measuring the Authenticity of Entrepreneur
  • Moral Entrepreneur
  • Measuring Authenticity
  • Socially Responsible Entrepreneurship
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Responsible Entrepreneurship
  • Defining and Measuring the Entrepreneur Moral Compass
  • The Moral Compass Point of Reference
  • Moral Compass and Legal Contradiction
  • Gun Violence
  • Abortion
  • The Equality Act
  • Same-Sex Relationships
  • Transgender Modification
  • Measuring Ethics
  • Additional Measurements and Theories for Entrepreneurs
  • Measuring Entrepreneurship
  • Critical Theory
  • Social Development Theory
  • Social Learning Theory
  • Social Cognitive Theory
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter Takeaways
  • Reflective Questions
  • References