Chapter 11 Social Entrepreneurs: A Neoclassical Theory
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11. Social entrepreneurs: a neoclassical theory Simon C. Parker INTRODUCTION A growing body of research highlights the scale and importance of nonmarket entrepreneurship. A central premise of this book is that despite growing interest in this phen...

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