Social entrepreneurs and enterprises in New Zealand have failed to gain the acknowledgement and support to create an enabling environment. This contrasts with countries such as the UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia and USA where social entrepreneurs and enterprises are seen as a means of overcoming social, employment and economic barriers in disadvantaged communities.
- Citation: Jeffs, L (2006) Social Entrepreneurs and Social Enterprises – Do they have a Future in NZ? Refereed paper presented at the 51st ICSB World Conference, Melbourne, June 2006.
- Creator: Lindsay Jeffs
- Language: English
- Publisher: Not published
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