Advancing Social Entrepreneurship: Recommendations for Policy Makers and Government Agencies
The report also offers 13 specific models that help illustrate how such partnerships can be carried out. On April 29, the Aspen Institute and Root Cause hosted a briefing to discuss the report and the challenges government leaders face in supporting social entrepreneurship. The report and panel discussion are part of Root Cause's newest initiative, Public Innovators, and Aspen’s on-going social enterprise initiative which began in 2004.
Remarks from Andew Wolk, Founder and CEO of Root Cause and MIT Senior Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship, author of Advancing Social Entrepreneurship: Recommendations for Policy Makers and Government Agencies
Michele Jolin, Sr. Fellow Center for American Progress; Mitch Landrieu, Louisiana Lieutenant Governor and Founder of the nation's first Office of Social Entrepreneurship; Katherine Freund, Founder, President and Executive Director, ITN/America; and Frederick Hess, Resident Scholar and Director of Education Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute