Identification of Social Entrepreneurship Model Based on Quadruple Helix Collaboration: Economic Empowerment in Community Disabilities
Posted: 12 Jun 2018
Date Written: May 24, 2018
Social entrepreneurship is a process of continuous innovation in classifying a different social problem to overcome social problems and meet social needs. The social entrepreneurship approach is very promising in creating new opportunities for individuals with disabilities in the emerging industry. The conceptual contribution in the development of a theory that explains the relationship between constructions has been less underlined. Thus, this study aims to identify different models and how they work, and propose a conceptual model of social entrepreneurship in an effort to empower the economy in disability communities. This study uses descriptive analysis by conducting various syntheses of literature in understanding the contribution of entrepreneurship in social development. Based on discussion and analysis, new model propositions consider the value of co-creation stakeholders and supporting ecosystems such as academics, government, profit and non-profit organization, and communities (quadruple helix concept). Overall, this study provides a conceptual framework that enables understanding the phenomenon of social entrepreneurship growth and its role in empowering community disabilities. In addition, this research also tries to facilitate the stakeholders involved to contribute to the empowerment of community disabilities.
Keywords: Conceptual model, Disability communities, Quadruple helix, Social entrepreneurship, Value co-creation
JEL Classification: Z19
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