Connections between the Concepts of Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Enterprise
Trends in international economics such as globalization and environment degradation put imprints upon economics both on theoretical and practical grounds. The article emphasizes two concepts that attract more and more the interest of economists and put in question the Economics as known until now. Corporate social responsibility and social enterprises are evolving very quickly and seem to get their legitimacy in practice. The author tries to connect the two concepts finding that their final goals seem alike, despite their different nature.
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