NU D’Amore-McKim School of Business | USC Marshall School of Business
The Annual Social Entrepreneurship Conference is a two-day conference that brings together scholars, researchers, students and practitioners from around the world to discuss emerging concepts and explore topics in social enterprise, innovation, sustainability and impact. The conference, the largest academic gathering of its kind in terms of research paper submissions, is dedicated to the ongoing development of theory and research on social entrepreneurship and its impact on global communities.
SES strategic approach has recently been strengthened by articles from the Case Foundation and the Economist. The Case Foundation reported that “America Needs Big ideas to Heal Our Divides”56 noting that “Civic energy is going to have to come from the ground up to strengthen social cohesion, civic participation, and our ability to solve big challenges together (Nation)”
“From Social Entrepreneur to Social Enterprise to Systems Change”