CSE Introduction and Theoretical Framework
This learning unit aims to develop students’ understanding of the conception, practices, and criticisms of corporate social entrepreneurship (CSE). Focusing on the wider political, economic, and developmental context in which CSE has emerged and is practiced. It will focus on the origins of CSE from Corporate Social Responsibility including philanthropy, enterprise and profit, social enterprise, and social entrepreneurship.
Distinctive Characteristics of CSE – Practical Requirements for the Corporate
This learning unit take a practical approach focusing on elaborating the distinctive characteristics of CSE and the practical requirements for the corporate to engage in Corporate Social Entrepreneurship.
Intermediate Corporate Social Entrepreneurship: from CSR to CSE

Exploring Entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship & Social Entrepreneurship

Learning Outcomes:

– Develop your understanding of Intrepreneurship and Entrapreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship

Exercise Files
CSE Intermediate Exercise – Module 1 Lesson 7.pdf
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