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Popkova / Sergi Economic Issues of Social Entrepreneurship



1. Auflage 2021, 485 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 148 mm x 210 mm
ISBN: 978-3-030-77290-1
Verlag: Springer, Berlin


Popkova / Sergi Economic Issues of Social Entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship is one of the most controversial actualities of the modern economy. On the one hand, social entrepreneurship makes up for "market failures" and prevents the deficit of socially essential goods and services in the marketplace, acting as their supplier. On the other hand, the survival of social entrepreneurship in an aggressive market environment is a challenging task, the fulfilment of which may distort the original essence of social entrepreneurship.

Comprising a collection of research presented at the International Scientific Conference Advanced Issues on Social Entrepreneurship, this contributed volume offers a global economic analysis of social entrepreneurship. Whilst social entrepreneurship is indispensable to the modern economy, the current controversial model of its organization means it cannot fully accomplish its mission. This book offers potential solutions to this problem with the global and national strategies of economic growth and social progress. It includes a focus on emerging markets, in which the role of social entrepreneurship is especially high. This book is aimed at scholars and students who are interested in social entrepreneurship and corporate economics, and practitioners involved in this field. It will also be of interest to policy makers in the development and implementation of a national economic policy for support for social entrepreneurship in emerging markets.

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Part 1 The essence and manifestations of social entrepreneurship in the modern economy.- Chapter 1 Social entrepreneurship as a subject of the market economy and the consumer society: essence, specific features, and tendencies of development.- Chapter 2 Non-profit organizations as subjects of social entrepreneurship in the market economy.- Chapter 3 Corporate social responsibility as a criterion of assigning commercial business to social entrepreneurship in the market economy.- Chapter 4 Systemic scientific vision of social entrepreneurship in the unity of its manifestations: non-profit and socially responsible business.- Part 2 Sectorial features of social entrepreneurship in the modern market economy.- Chapter 5 Social entrepreneurship in services markets: responsible service vs. non-profit services.- Chapter 6 Social entrepreneurship in commodity markets: industry, agriculture, and agro-industrial complex.- Chapter 7 Hi-tech social entrepreneurship in the markets of the digital economy: preconditions, barriers, and perspectives of overcoming.- Chapter 8 Infrastructural provision of social entrepreneurship: the universal methodology of measuring and specifics in emerging markets.- Part 3 Specifics of social entrepreneurship in emerging markets.- Chapter 9 Social entrepreneurship as an institute of emerging markets: forms of organization and institutional regulation.- Chapter 10 Specific features of social entrepreneurship in emerging markets: non-profit activities vs. social responsibility.- Chapter 11 Social entrepreneurship in the unity of the main components in emerging markets: special entrepreneurial capabilities and talents vs. professional competencies and standards.- Chapter 12 Contribution of social entrepreneurship into socio-economic development and increase of population's living standards in emerging markets.- Part 4 The current problems of development and contradictions of social entrepreneurship.- Chapter 13 "Institutional traps" on the path of development of social entrepreneurship in the market economy.- Chapter 14 The influence of the consumer society on development of social entrepreneurship.- Chapter 15 Social entrepreneurship vs. private entrepreneurship: competition and methods of increasing competitiveness.- Chapter 16 The investment attractiveness of social entrepreneurship: methodology of measuring and paths of increase.- Part 5 The mechanisms of development of social entrepreneurship in the market economy.- Chapter 17 Public-private partnership as a mechanism of development of social entrepreneurship.- Chapter 18 Sectorial clusters as perspective integration mechanisms of market development of social entrepreneurship.- Chapter 19 Non-profit marketing as a mechanism of development of social entrepreneurship in the market economy.- Chapter 20 Formation of responsible society and responsible segment of the labor market as a mechanism of development of social entrepreneurship.- Part 6 Future perspectives of development of social entrepreneurship based on the possibilities of the digital social market economy.- Chapter 21 Scenarios of development of social entrepreneurship until 2030: digital modernization vs. social market economy.- Chapter 22 The innovative scientific concept of social entrepreneurship as a non-contradictory, competitive, and highly effective subject of the digital social market economy.- Chapter 23 New models of organization of social entrepreneurship that ensure overcoming its contradictions based on the possibilities of the digital social market economy.- Chapter 24 The scientific approach to state regulation of social entrepreneurship, which overcomes its contradiction in the digital social market economy.- Chapter 25 The algorithm of development of social entrepreneurship in the digital social market economy: management and policy implications.


Popkova, Elena G.
Elena G. Popkova is Doctor of Economics and Professor at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), Russia.  She is also President of the autonomous non-profit organization "Institute of Scientific Communications", Russia.Bruno S. Sergi is an instructor at the Harvard University, USA, an Affiliate at the Center for International Development at Harvard, and an Associate at the Harvard Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. He is the Series Editor of Cambridge Elements in the Economics of Emerging Markets and Entrepreneurship and Global Economic Growth. He teaches Political Economy and International Finance at the University of Messina and co-directs the Lab for Entrepreneurship and Development (LEAD).



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