This book analyzes Indian social enterprises to yield valuable lessons for successful, sustainable, context-sensitive and inclusive development more generally.
This book nicely illustrates the challenges of organizations that tackle problems grounded in particular normative and power relations that cannot be targeted just by technical innovations and quick fixes.
This book and the case studies it contains contribute valuable insight into how social enterprise pioneers in India have experimented, learned and, in the author’s words, started to create much needed alternative social realities.
This book analyses Indian social enterprises to yield valuable lessons for successful, sustainable, context-sensitive and inclusive development more generally.
Social Entrepreneurship is the combination of social mission with an image of business like discipline, innovation and determination commonly associated with, for instance, the high-tech pioneers of Silicon Valley… the book is based on in-depth case studies that highlight the efforts of selected third sector organisations and brings to light the emergence of social entrepreneurship in India.
The book is a study of the emergence of social enterprises in India, the environment they work in and the constraints they face… [It] is a timely study and worth reading.