Existing Problems and Solutions in Managing the Development of Social Entrepreneurship
Keywords:social entrepreneurship, social problems and solutions, social and financial value, sustainable social entrepreneurship, environmental social entrepreneurship, managing model, social effect, vertical integration
The main objective of this study is analyzing the capability of improving and developing organizational methodological mechanism of managing the development of social entrepreneurship in Uzbekistan. The theoretical basis of the scale is supported by empirical research in the social sector. On other hand, finding out both strengths and weaknesses on managing and developing environmental social entrepreneurship in our country also was our main aim in this article.
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