Socialinių antreprenerių kaip aprėpties inovacijų agentų ugdymas (-sis)

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Janiūnaitė, Brigita; Gelbūdienė, Edita;
(2014)

During the last decade great attention is paid to a social organization, social entrepreneur by pointing out that they strive to work for the welfare of the society by solving social problems in unconventional, creative, innovative and effective ways. Seeking social goa... View more
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