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Student perception of their knowledge of Social Entrepreneurship: gender-gap and disciplinary analysis of an Ashoka Changemaker Campus in Latin America
Design/methodology/approach: We evaluated the perception of knowledge about social entrepreneurship of a group of students from a university certified as Ashoka Changemaker Campus, to check if there are differences by ...
Social Entrepreneurship Competency: An Approach by Discipline and Gender.
Purpose - To analyze how university men and women in different disciplines of study in Mexico perceive social entrepreneurship competencies, using a multifactorial analysis to find possible areas of opportunity to reduce ...
Ethical Education and its Impact on the Perceived Development of Social Entrepreneurship Competency
The aim of this paper is to discuss the importance of multidisciplinary training in the perceived development of social entrepreneurship competence. By means of a sample of an ethics class, this study seeks to argue the ...