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Business Models in Social Entrepreneurship

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The book chapter provides insights into the distinct features and design principles of business models for social enterprises. Also, the advantages and disadvantages of different scaling strategies are discussed. The book chapter ends with a case study on ChancenWerk, a German-based social enterprise aiming to improve educational opportunities for students from difficult family backgrounds.

The book chapter is part of one of the first student textbooks on Social Entrepreneurship. The compilation offers students a comprehensive overview of the field of social entrepreneurship. Leading European researchers and lecturers such as Ann-Kristin Achleitner, Markus Beckmann, Heather Cameron, Pascal Dey, Andreas Heinecke, Benjamin Huybrechts, Alex Nicholls, Johanna Mair, Susan Müller and Chris Steyaert have contributed to this textbook.
   
type book chapter (English)
   
keywords business model, social entrepreneurship, social business
   
book title Social Entrepreneurship and Social Business: An Introduction and Discussion with Case Studies
date of appearance 2012
publisher Gabler (Wiesbaden)
series title Lehrbuch
ISBN 978-3-8349-2729-3
page(s) 105-132
citation Mueller, S. (2012). Business Models in Social Entrepreneurship. In Social Entrepreneurship and Social Business: An Introduction and Discussion with Case Studies (pp. 105-132). Wiesbaden: Gabler. - ISBN 978-3-8349-2729-3.