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Social Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century: Innovation Across the Nonprofit, Private, and Public Sectors

Social Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century: Innovation Across the Nonprofit, Private, and Public Sectors

1st Edition
By Georgia Levenson Keohane
Copyright: 2013

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Acknowledgments vii

I SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE NONPROFIT SECTOR 7
1 What Is Social Entrepreneurship? 9
2 Early Social Entrepreneurship: The Service Organizations 17
3 Early Social Entrepreneurship: The Funders 29
4 New Philanthropy and the Value of Evaluation 37
5 Technology as a Force for Good 47
6 The Pull of Prizes 55
7 Activist Assets 61
8 From Entrepreneurship to Enterprise 71

II SOCIAL IMPACT IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR 83
9 The Investor Perspective: Impact Investing 85
10 International Impact Investing 91
11 Case Study: The Microcredit Story 101
12 Impact Investing in the United States 107
13 The Enterprise Perspective: Shared Value Capitalism 121

III SOCIAL INNOVATION IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR 129
14 The Case of New York City: Social Innovation the Bloomberg Way 133
15 The Obama Administration in Theory: Social Innovation Goes to Washington 151
16 The Obama Administration in Practice: Unleashing the Innovation Mojo 159
17 Shaping Markets: Social Impact 173

IV ROOM FOR DEBATE 183
18 Social Entrepreneurship Revisited 185
19 New Views on Philanthropy and Government 199
20 Commercialization and Its Discontents 211
21 Social Entrepreneurship for the Twenty-First Century 219

Notes 235
Index 255