Social Entrepreneurship: What Everyone Needs to Know

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INDEX
Abed, Fazle H., 15, 16, 18, 24
ACCION International, 107
The Achieving Society, 28
activism and social entrepreneurship, difference between, 37–41
Acumen Fund, 56, 59
Allegretti, Mary, 43
America Forward, 93
AmeriCorps, 68, 69
Anderson, Ray, 105
Aravind Eye Care System (India), 103
Ashoka (organization), 18, 24, 42, 51, 66, 88, 103–4, 106
Ashoka, emperor, 19–20
Ashoka Fellowship, 26
Ashoka U, 88
Atlantic Philanthropies, 109
Bakan, Joel, 4
Balanced Scorecard, 63
Banco Compartamos (Mexico), 107
Bangladesh, social entrepreneurship in, 13
Bhola cyclone (1970), 13
BRAC, 15–18
citizen organizations, foundation of, 14
Grameen Bank, 16–18
improvements in, 17
reconstruction efforts, 14
war of independence, 13
Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee. See BRAC
Baumol, William J., 5
BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life), 62
Beyond Profit, 103
Bhatt, Ela, 8
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, 112
Bishop, Matthew, 53
B Lab, 108
blended value, 54, 55
The Blue Sweater, 126
Bookshare, 52
The Bottom Billion, 44
Bottom of the Pyramid, 102
Bovespa, 55
BRAC, 14, 15–18, 45
Brazil, social entrepreneurs in, 43
Brazil’s Environmental and Social Investment Exchange (BVS&A), 55

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • A Note on Terms xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • I - Defining Social Entrepreneurship 1
  • II - Challenges of Causing Change 48
  • III - Envisioning an Innovating Society 75
  • Thoughts for Changemakers 129
  • Selected Bibliography 133
  • Index 141
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