Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Tennessee's Business: Social Enterprise


Tennessee's Business: Social Entreprise issue is now online. This issue is dedicated to the memory of Richard Hannah.

Articles include:
  • Rethinking the Entrepreneurial Spectrum
    by Richard Hannah (1951-2011), professor, Department of Economics and Finance, MTSU
  • Social Ventures as Learning Laboratories
    by J. Gregory Dees, Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship, Duke University
  • Adventures in Fair Trade
    by Mark Sloneker, social entrepreneur, Orijyn
  • Nashville-Based Online Store Helps Cambodian Women Take Greater Control of Their Lives
    by Ann Walling, retired assistant rector, St. David's Episcopal Church, Nashville
  • Social Entrepreneurship and Higher Education
    by Bernard Turner, director, Center for Social Entrepreneurship and Service-Learning, Belmont University
  • Good Fortune in Cleveland, Tennessee
    by Jennifer Jack, social entrepreneur, Good Fortune Soap
  • You Can't Fish without a River
    by Guy Larry Osborne, Social Entrepreneurship & Nonprofit Studies, Carson-Newman College
  • A Unique Opportunity for Socially Responsible Businesses
    by Ned Hallowell, nationally renowned expert on ADD