Social Activism Showing Up in Social Entrepreneurship


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Activate World's podcast spotlights Dr. Jerry Davis, Associate Dean for Business + Impact, Michigan Ross School of Business. Davis' research is concerned with the effects of finance on society, changes in the corporate economy, and new forms of organization.

In the podcast with Jon Mertz, titled "Social Activism Showing Up in Social Entrepreneurship: Season 6, Episode 1," Dr. Jerry Davis points out how social entrepreneurship and social activism combine in powerful ways.

Some of the transcript snippets include Dr. Jerry Davis giving a snapshot of his professional background and experience, how he started the Business Plus Impact, his perspectives on CEO and employee activism, and how social activism and social entrepreneurship fit within a company, among others. Read the Entire Article


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