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Social Entrepreneurship and Neoliberalism: Making Money While Doing Good

September 14, 2020

Carolina Bandinelli. (2019). Social Entrepreneurship and Neoliberalism : Making Money While Doing Good. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.       

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Social innovation, sharing economy and ethical business are just few of the tags attached to the manifold cultural trend of reintegrating ethical responsibility with economic conduct which is studied in the e-book Social Entrepreneurship and Neoliberalism: Making Money While Doing Good.

Contemporary Western societies seem to be marked by a revival of ethics: virtually every actor claims to be doing something ‘good', or even to be willing to ‘change the world'. But how can entrepreneurship be redefined as the best way to express one's will to change society? How can people decide to actualise their desire to change how things are by means of a business? Social Entrepreneurship and Neoliberalism: Making Money While Doing Good tackles these questions, offering a critical yet empathetic account of the lifeworld of young social entrepreneurs in London and Milan.

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