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Author Bornstein, David.

Title How to change the world : social entrepreneurs and the power of new ideas / David Bornstein.

Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2004.


Location Call No. Status
 PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 3rd Floor    361.2 BOR    Available
Description xi, 320 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 283-312) and index.
Contents Restless people -- From little acorns do great trees grow -- The light in my head went on: Fabio Rosa, Brazil: Rural electrification -- The fixed determination of an indomitable will: Florence Nightingale, England: Nursing -- A very significant force: Bill Drayton, Unted States: The Bubble -- Why was I never told about this? -- Ten--Nine--Eight--Childline! Jeroo Billimoria, India: Child protection -- The role of the social entrepreneur -- "What sort of mother are you?" Erzsebet Szekeres, Hungary: Assisted living for the disabled -- Are they possessed, Really possessed, by an idea? -- If the world is to be put in order: Vera Cordeiro, Brazil: Reforming healthcare -- In search of social excellence -- The talent is out there: J. B. Schramm, United States: College access -- New opportunities, new challenges -- Something needed to be done: Veronica Khosa, South Africa: Care for AIDS patients -- Four practices of innovative organizations -- This country has to change: Javed Abidi, India: Disability rights -- Six qualities of successful social entrepreneurs -- Morality must match with capacity: James Grant, United States: The child survival revloution -- Blueprint copying -- Conclusion: The emergence of the citizen sector.
Subject Social action -- Case studies.
Social service -- Case studies.
Social reformers -- Case studies.
Entrepreneurship -- Case studies.
Social change -- Case studies.
Social marketing -- Case studies.
ISBN 0195138058 (alk. paper)

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