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Capital Goodness: Political Climate May Boost Social Enterprises, Says Business Researcher

Capital Goodness: Political Climate May Boost Social Enterprises, Says Business Researcher

By Tom McLaughlin Given the rise in social awareness and activism across the nation these days, the political climate may very well be a boost for social enterprises – businesses established with the express purpose to make a social impact, posits Shoko Kato, an assistant professor of management at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden. “There […]

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For the Good of It: A Q & A with Ph.D. Candidate Rasheda Weaver on Benefits and Challenges of Social Enterprises

For the Good of It: A Q & A with Ph.D. Candidate Rasheda Weaver on Benefits and Challenges of Social Enterprises

Rasheda Weaver, a Ph.D. candidate in public affairs at Rutgers University­–Camden, explains what drives these social entrepreneurs, explores the pros and cons of owning a social enterprise, and considers what policy changes can be made to bolster revenue-generating organizations that are making a social impact.

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