PEAC 039. Social Entrepreneurship for Social Change

Social entrepreneurship is concerned with entrepreneurial responses to demanding and unmet social needs (not adequately served by market or by state). Through in-depth case analysis, we will consider the context of social entrepreneurial activity (such as the peace and reconciliation movement in Northern Ireland), the individuals who become engaged in impacting social need (locally, nationally and globally), along with organizing and undertaking activities and addressing needs effectively.  Limited to 15 students.
1 credit.
Fall 2018. Crossan.
Fall 2019. Crossan.
Catalog chapter: Peace and Conflict Studies  
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