byROGER L. MARTIN&SALLY OSBERG
P H O T O G R A P H S C O U R T E S Y O F ( T O P L E F T A N D R I G H T ) F R I E N D S O F G R A M E E N ; ( B O T T O M ) T H E S K O L L F O U N D A T I O N
ocial entrepreneurship is attracting growing amounts oftalent, money, and attention.But along with its increasing popularity hascome less certainty about what exactly a socialentrepreneur is and does. As a result, all sortsofactivities are now being called social entre- preneurship. Some say that a more inclusive term is all for the good, but the authors argue that it’s time for a more rigorous definition.
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