- Spring 2011-2012
Topics in Policy Analysis (Half-Term) - Social Entrepreneurship for Policymakers
Over the last 20 years, the emerging field of social entrepreneurship has taken new approaches to problems in education, waste management and global public health. This course focuses on types and stages of different social enterprises (non-profits/hybrid organizations/for-profits), will evaluate nature of capital available from grants to patient capital to market-return investments. Course seeks to equip students with a framework for understanding how: 1) social enterprise can complement traditional provision of public services and 2) new markets are being created that deliver clear social benefits while generating returns to investors.
WWS Graduate Students Only.
This class will meet from 2/6/2012 to 3/16/2012. For more information on WWS Graduate Course, please see our WWS website: http://wws.princeton.edu/grad/course_offerings/.
Class number: 42379