El emprendimiento social: una comparativa entre España y países sudamericanos

Catalina Nicolás Martínez, Alicia María Rubio Bañón

Resumen


La crisis global que sufrimos en la actualidad está haciendo que las labores realizadas por las empresas sociales sean imprescindibles para alcanzar una sociedad igualitaria, eficiente y justa. El número empresas sociales va creciendo año tras año, atendiendo problemas sociales generalmente olvidados por las instituciones. Los estudios empíricos que profundizan en el conocimiento de este tipo de emprendimiento social son escasos. Este trabajo, bajo el marco del proyecto Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), analiza la influencia de una serie de variables objetivas y cognitivas del emprendedor social, sobre una muestra constituida por emprendedores sociales en España y en diversos países sudamericanos.


Palabras clave


Emprendimiento; emprendedores sociales; autoeficacia; miedo al fracaso; oportunidades.

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