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Social Entrepreneurship and Neoliberalism


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Prologue Introduction: late neoliberalism and the revival of ethicsWhat are we talking about when we talk about social entrepreneurship?The ontological ambiguity of the enterprise The lifeworld of social entrepreneurs: precarity and passion in the "creative city"Changing the world? A private matterExperience and effectiveness: a (post)political ideologyConclusion: calling for a radical politics of social entrepreneurship

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Carolina Bandinelli is a Lecturer in Media at the University of Lincoln. She has previous worked as a senior research for CREATe at Goldsmiiths College


Prepare to be surprised, intellectually inspired and entertained, all at the same time. Bandinelli's highly original book represents a landmark in the studies of the social enterprise by offering a timely analysis of the under-examined practices and subjectivities of young social entrepreneurs, who believe that they can "change the world" precisely by embracing entrepreneurialism. Bandinelli places the figure of the social entrepreneur firmly at the centre of contemporary neoliberal capitalism's contradictions, thus shedding compelling light on the complex and even troubling ethical and political circumstances we all live in. -- Federica Frabetti, Senior Lecturer in Communication, Media and Culture, Oxford Brookes University

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