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Social entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship — born out of the cooperative movement that began in nineteenth-century Europe — gained traction in the 1980s and 1990s with the emergence of the social innovation and social enterprise schools of thought and practice. However, the principles of social entrepreneurship have guided the actions of philanthropists, including those who are now called venture philanthropists, for centuries.

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