Dumping activism for social entrepreneurship

09/23/2009 | Knowledge.Insead.edu

Unlike social activists, social entrepreneurs identify a problem in society and innovate ways to resolve it. Successful social entrepreneurs draw public and private investment to their causes, Shellie Karabell writes. French group Unis-Cité, for example, puts inner-city youths to work so they interact with the larger community.

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