Social entrepreneurship in securing economic development of countries and overcoming territorial disproportions
Keywords:Gross Regional Product, economic development, social inequality, social entrepreneurship, social projects, territorial disproportions in the development of Ukraine
The paper demonstrates the necessity of introducing innovative approaches in addressing social problems of development. It proves the significance of recruiting investment in the social sphere. The author looks into the usage of social business for handling economic development problems of countries. There are factors promoting social entrepreneurship identified. Spatial social inequality in Ukraine is analyzed, the role of social entrepreneurship in its overcoming demonstrated.
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