Social Entrepreneurship
LECTURE 8
Social Entrepreneurship
LECTURE 8
Not all businesses have the generation of profit as their primary goal. For many entrepreneurs, contributing to social challenges is of equal and often greater importance. This is certainly true for entrepreneurs who contribute at the intersection of public and private services. Although many of the tools and methods of entrepreneurship are also suitable for analysing a societal contribution, this lecture will delve deeper into social entrepreneurship's specific challenges.
Who will teach you?
Niels Bosma
Utrecht University
Niels Bosma is an expert in Entrepreneurship and Development, and active as Head of the Section of Entrepreneurship at Utrecht University. Niels holds a PhD in Economic Geography and an MSc in Econometrics. Before moving to Utrecht, Niels was affiliated with the London Business School, amongst others. Niels' focus lays on (global) entrepreneurship, regional development and empirical research.
Hyun Sang Shin
Hanyang University, South Korea
Works as a Full Professor of Marketing at Hanyang University, Editor at Stanford Social Innovation Review, Director at the Impact Science Research Centre and at the Impact Business Research Centre, both at Hanyang University, South Korea. Authored numerous publications on Marketing, Management, and Business. Got his PhD at UCLA Anderson School of Management.