The Encyclical Letter (Caritas in Veritate)–A Shout-out to Social Entrepreneurship?
August 24, 2012 Editor 0
Publishers note (FSG): wow!
Ever since Pope Benedict XVI’s recent social encyclical letter (Caritas in Veritate) released in June 2009, it has been accessed and read by millions of folks across the globe. This article attempts to display a linkage between the central message of the Caritas in Veritate (Love in Truth) encyclical letter and social entrepreneurship. We provide evidence for our contention, that what Pope Benedict XVI suggests can be arrived at by utilising a social entrepreneurial solution, and that he is advocating that social entrepreneurship be encouraged and allowed to flourish.
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- Social entrepreneurship, age and gender: toward a model of social involvement in entrepreneurship
- Defining social entrepreneurship: a Schumpeterian non-solution
- Conceptual overview of social entrepreneurship and its relevance to Nigeria’s third sector
- Social entrepreneurship determinants: an empirical study related to Tunisia
- Designing social entrepreneurship education
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