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The multiple faces of social entrepreneurship: A review of definitional issues based on geographical and thematic criteria

Bibliographic reference Bacq, Sophie ; Janssen, Frank. The multiple faces of social entrepreneurship: A review of definitional issues based on geographical and thematic criteria. In: Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Vol. 23, no. 5-6, p. 373-403 (2011)
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