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Does a traditional entrepreneur think and act in the same way as a social entrepreneur? Our below infographic, inspired by the article Personality trait differences between traditional and social entrepreneurs from Social Enterprise Journal, explains all.

Below we have highlighted our latest research on social entrepreneurship. Click on the links below to read the articles.


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This paper explored entrepreneurs’ network evolution in the start-up phase. The findings show that the display of cognitive attributes is important for the creation of structural social capital (the establishment of new relationships).

From: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research

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What influences the identity perception of a social venture and how does the identity construction process affect organizational behavior? The aim of this paper is to study the cognition and perception processes in a social enterprise.
 
From: Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy

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This research reviews and classifies entrepreneurial social capital studies according to objectivist (positivist-realist, structuralist) and subjectivist (social constructionist) approaches.

From: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research

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Four constructs that have often been identified as antecedents of social entrepreneurial behavior: empathy with marginalized people; a feeling of moral obligation to help these; a high level of self-efficacy concerning the ability to effect social change; and perceived availability of social support.

From: Social Enterprise Journal

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This paper provides empirical insights to understanding trust as a relational form of social capital, and its effects on entrepreneurial processes in small and medium-sized family businesses.

From: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research

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A comparison of the development of social entrepreneurship of the “old” social economy (born on the turn of nineteenth and twentieth centuries), and the “new” social economy (developing on the turn of twentieth and twenty-first centuries).

From: International Journal of Social Economics


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