The Concepts of ‘Social Value Creation’ and ‘Social Value’

@inproceedings{Singh2016TheCO,
  title={The Concepts of ‘Social Value Creation’ and ‘Social Value’},
  author={Archana Singh},
  year={2016}
}
This chapter explores the concept of ‘social value’ from the perspectives of both social entrepreneurs and the beneficiaries. All social entrepreneurs see ‘social value creation’ in bringing social change or creating social impact (long term impact)/outcomes (immediate or short term impact), while addressing social problems/issues/needs. This social change or social impact/outcome includes a wide range of social impacts, starting from creating awareness, empowering beneficiaries, bringing about… Expand
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