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Social Enterprise Research Conference

Written on June 22, 2007 by Max Oliva in Development

J.Pozuelo-Monfort, MSc candidate in economic development at LSE.
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The Social Enterprise Research Conference is an annual event for practitioner and academic researchers who are actively exploring this new field. Interdisciplinary in approach, the Conference supports the growing number of social enterprise specialist researchers and creates a forum for knowledge to be shared with a large network of stakeholders.
Now in its 4th year, the Social Enterprise Research conference was first launched in July 2002. The themes for each year’s event are determined by the Conference committee, a panel of UK academics active in social enterprise. I will be presenting my piece on Redefining Capitalism, which will be posted on July 4th. We advance the paper’s abstract.
Redefining capitalism to reduce the poverty gap between the first and third world, suggesting mechanisms to redistribute income through regulation in the financial markets in particular, and changing the overall financial system through alternative thinking such as ethical ratings.

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