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Research for Rural Development
Inconsistencies, overlapping concepts, and contradictions appear in the developing literature on social entrepreneurship and its role in economic development and social value creation. However, the theoretical and practical importance of developing and applying social entrepreneurship to sustain social development and enhance human well-being in rapidly changing environments has catapulted this issue to the forefront of the research agendas of many scholars. This article examines the historicaldoi:10.22616/rrd.28.2022.024 fatcat:robfgskt2nexlafufsft72sqla