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Betriebswirtschaftliche Elemente im Social Entrepreneurship

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  • Vatanparast, Mir Farid

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[Einleitung ...] In diesem Beitrag soll anhand eines konkreten Projektes dargestellt werden, inwieweit soziale Projekte mit Hilfe von unternehmerischem Handeln in nachhaltig wirkende sozial ausgerichtete Unternehmen transformiert werden können. In diesem Kontext soll jedoch nicht eine 'Verwirtschaftlichung des sozialen Sektors' vorgenommen werden. Vielmehr steht beim Social Entrepreneurship immer und grundsätzlich die soziale und nicht die erwerbswirtschaftliche Zielsetzung im Fokus. Es soll jedoch die meist aus rein ideologisch-dogmatischen Gründen behauptete Antinomie zwischen 'sozialem Engagement' einerseits und 'unternehmerischem Handeln' andererseits nachhaltig aufgelöst werden.

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  • Vatanparast, Mir Farid, 2013. "Betriebswirtschaftliche Elemente im Social Entrepreneurship," Arbeitspapiere der FOM 38, FOM Hochschule für Oekonomie & Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:fomarb:38
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