TITLE

Social Entrepreneurship Effects on the Emergence of Cooperation in Networks

AUTHOR(S)
Forno, Arianna Dal; Merlone, Ugo
PUB. DATE
December 2009
SOURCE
Emergence: Complexity & Organization;2009, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p48
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Even in simple contexts, the dynamical interaction between agents creates complex features. The presence of agents of change affects dramatically the underlying social structure. Some agents seem to be important in shaping the evolution of interactions: traditionally, these agents have been referred to as leaders; nevertheless, recently scholarly interest has been attracted by social entrepreneurs. Do social leaders and social entrepreneurs act differently? Can a social entrepreneurship culture, one that aims for a large number of social entrepreneurs, be welcomed? This paper presents a model of interaction among agents in a community, and sheds light on the catalytic role that some individuals have on the social structure. The results provide some implications about the role of social entrepreneurs and the differences between social entrepreneurship and leadership.
ACCESSION #
51783662

 

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