Professors Tina Saebi, Norwegian School of Economics, Nicolai Foss of the Copenhagen Business School and Stefan Linder of ESSEC Business School take us on a quest to find the missing pieces that will aid and redirect the course of research on social enterprise.
Social Entrepreneurship: Definition and research trends
Prof. Savita Shankar of Keio Business School takes a deep dive into social businesses in Asia and critically analyses the difference between Asian and Western social enterprises. By Afifeh […]
Taking the unconventional route has its benefits – both for individuals and society. An exclusive interview with Davoud Mohamed, an upcoming social entrepreneur in France. By CoBS Student Editor Kunal […]
Prof. Elisa Rodrigues Alves Larroudé of FGV-EAESP, together with colleagues Prof. Edson Sadao Iizuka and Prof. Carmen Augusta Varela of Centro Universitário da FEI in São Paulo, investigate the dilemmas […]
An exclusive interview with Prof.Mario Aquino Alves, FGV-EAESP, sheds light on the professor’s work, philosophies and Brazilian way of life By CoBS student Editorial Officers Afifeh Fakori and Kunal Ganorkar. “Humanity […]
Edgard Barki, Head of the Entrepreneurship Research Center at FGV Brazil, base of the pyramid researcher and expert on social enterprise, shares Part 2 of his experience on the Brazilian […]
Edgard Barki, Head of the Entrepreneurship Research Center at FGV Brazil, base of the pyramid researcher and expert on social enterprise, shares his experience gained on the Brazilian testing ground. […]
CAN WE MEASURE SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP ACTIVITY GLOBALLY?
Professor Thierry Sibieude of ESSEC Business School, Africa, analyzes the social entrepreneurial opportunities in the region, and how they will impact the local economy.