The largest academic conference of its kind in terms of research paper submissions, The 11th Annual Social Entrepreneurship Conference, sponsored by Northeastern D'Amore-McKim School of Business and NYU Stern School of Business, convenes scholars, practitioners and students from around the world to explore topics in social enterprise, innovation, sustainability and impact.
The 11th Annual Social Entrepreneurship Conference will be held in Boston on November 5-7, 2014. More details are available here.
The conference is dedicated to the ongoing development of theory and research on social entrepreneurship and its impact on global communities. The aim of this three-day academic conference is to bring together scholars in social entrepreneurship to discuss emerging concepts and themes in social entrepreneurship research. Conceptual papers, research papers presenting quantitative and/or qualitative data are welcome, as well as case studies and practitioner contributions. More info on our last conference is available here.
Here are several research suggestions that may be interesting and highly provocative, although abstracts that address other relevant and timely themes of social entrepreneurship but are not covered below are also welcome: