Business Entrepreneurship was discovered and conceptualised earlier, and so it has come to mean The Entrepreneurship... and since detection of Social Entrepreneurship is more recent, somehow it is seen/conceptualised as on the fringe of the business entrepreneurship...
Last month, during the meeting of the Advisory Council of University Network at the Skoll Forum for SE, I was able of articulate my understanding of where does Social Entrepreneurship fit into the "entrepreneurial space"...
Here is what I understand:
- Economic Capital
- Social/ Community Capital, and
- Environmental Capital
- (1) Nature of wealth that is being created by the entrepreneur, and
- (2) who is the beneficiary of that wealth.
see the figure below: