Social Entrepreneurship: a Reflection for Adopting Public Policies that Support the Third Sector in Brazil

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Borges Ladeira,Francielli Martins; Vier Machado,Hilka;

Interest in social entrepreneurship is growing widely not only in Brazil but in the world. Several developed countries have stepped forward to develop policies to support this area not only as a tool to fulfill the government failures such as poverty, health, education,... View more
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