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Through a deeper understanding of empirical research and sources of social entrepreneurship data, scholars may be more attracted to social entrepreneurship, better equipped to conduct high-quality research and publish in high-quality outlets. Moreover, by moving beyond case studies and small-sample research to engaging larger pools of subjects and producing more generalizable findings, social entrepreneurship scholars will have the ability to impact a much broader scope of practitioners.
Gras, D., Moss, T. and Lumpkin, G. (2014), "The Use of Secondary Data in Social Entrepreneurship Research: Assessing the Field and Identifying Future Opportunities", Social Entrepreneurship and Research Methods (Research Methodology in Strategy and Management, Vol. 9), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 49-75. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1479-838720140000009011Download as .RIS
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