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#3 by academicentrepreneur on March 21, 2010 - 22:24
I spoke to the head of school of social work at the University of Edinburgh, ranked No. 1 in its field in the UK. She told me that in the early days of social work, it was very entrepreneurial. People started what we now call social enterprises, or non-profits, to solve social problems.