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Social enterprise in emerging market countries : no free ride

Author: Nicole Etchart; Loic Comolli
Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
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No Free Ride provides a clear picture of where impact enterprises are, where they need to go, who the players in the impact enterprise field are, and how they can take the bold steps needed to facilitate the growth and impact of unique models. NESsT is an organization that develops sustainable social enterprises to solve critical social problems in emerging market economies. NESsT believes that social enterprise is
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nicole Etchart; Loic Comolli
ISBN: 9781137342102 1137342102
OCLC Number: 868638801
Notes: Nicole Etchart is Co-founder and Co-CEO of NESsT and is responsible for leading NESsT's senior management team in carrying out the organization's goals while maximizing its impact. Etchart is also author and editor of numerous publications and global studies on social enterprise in emerging market countries. c Loic Comolli is Co-CEO of NESsT and is responsible for the overall strategic direction of NESsT and the mobilization of financial resources to fund the organization's growth
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Epublication based on: 9781137373274
Description: 1 online resource (268 pages) 4 black and white, 5 black and white illustrations, 7 graphs, line drawings, 32
Contents: Foreword About NESsT Preface Acknowledgments 1. The Opportunity for Social Enterprise in Emerging Markets PART I: REGULATION AND POLICY 2. The Regulatory and Policy Vacuum for Social Enterprise in Latin America 3. Trade-offs Between Regulation and Fostering of Social Enterprise: the Case of European Union Policies PART II: ACCELERATION AND SCALING STRATEGIES 4. Social Enterprises: the Emergence and Evolution of Support Structures 5. First-Stage Scaling: Moving Early-Stage Enterprises to Expansion PART III: CAPITAL FOR GROWING SOCIAL ENTERPRISE 6. Donor Giving and Social Enterprise in Latin America --
A Fragmented Landscape 7. Betting on Higher Social Returns --
Pioneer Donors Show the Way 8. The (Stair)case for Mixed Financial Instruments 9. Early Stage Impact Investing in Latin America 10. The Road is Worth Going Down Appendix 1.1- Research Approach and Methodology NESsT Glossary of Terms Bibliography

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