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Trickling Up? A study of eco/social enterprises in Southern and Eastern Africa and their role in sustainable development at the base of the pyramid

Grant reference: RES-061-25-0473

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Defining social and environmental entrepreneurial activity at the individual, business model and concept level
This paper presents a three stage evaluation of social and environmental entrepreneurial activity from an individual, business and conceptual perspective. It adopts a broad conceptual level before considering an emerging markets context, especially with regard to ‘Base-of-the-Pyramid’ communities. The paper utilises over 130 different definitions across these three perspectives to present a synthesis of the literature and some suggested directions for future research.
English

Primary contributor

Co-author Diane Holt

Additional contributors

Co-author David Littlewood
Co-author Richard Harrison

Additional details

1
No
2051-6762
Trickle Out Africa Project
11 December 2012
26
Belfast
Trickle Out Africa Project working paper

Files

TOA Working paper 1.pdf (.pdf / 777kb)

Cite this outcome

Harvard

Holt, Diane et al (2012) Defining social and environmental entrepreneurial activity at the individual, business model and concept level. 1. Belfast: Trickle Out Africa Project.

Vancouver

Holt Diane et al. Defining social and environmental entrepreneurial activity at the individual, business model and concept level. 1. Belfast: Trickle Out Africa Project; 2012.