Social Entrepreneurship And Social Responsibility: Comparative Study
The authors are preoccupied with analyzing the process of social entrepreneurship and the implications and the influence of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on social entrepreneurial process. We will base our researches on two perspectives of social entrepreneurs and of founds. This study was inspired from a model developed by Professor Rob John in collaboration with Skoll Center for Social Entrepreneurship and Oxford Said Business School. Our research has as a main purpose to identify the way that NGOs and enterprises representative see their social implication and also their relation trough partnerships and collaboration. This research is of particular relevance by providing an insight about the way that different types of collaboration between social organizations and companies increase social impact. Considering the lack of empirical studies in this field, we believe that this research has a great importance most of all because it offers the possibility to make a comparison between Romanian perceptions regarding the social entrepreneurship with Rob John research (2007) which can be considered a reference model.
Volume (Year): 6 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (Summer)
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