EMPREENDEDORISMO EM ORGANIZAÇÕES SEM FINS LUCRATIVOS, EMPREENDEDORISMO SOCIAL E HIBRIDISMO: IGUAIS, SIMILARES OU DIFERENTES?

Rozélia Laurett, Emerson Wagner Mainardes, Arminda Maria Finisterra do Paço, Idalina Maia Sidoncha

Resumo


Este artigo tem como objetivo geral analisar e aferir se existe igualdade, algumas semelhanças ou diferenças a nível dos conceitos, entre empreendedorismo em organizações sem fins lucrativos, empreendedorismo social e hibridismo. Para tal, foi efetuada uma revisão da literatura existente sobre as temáticas. De seguida foi realizada uma análise à literatura consultada para aferir em relação à igualdade, algumas semelhanças e/ou diferenças entre estas temáticas. Verificou-se que existe uma interdisciplinaridade entre as três temáticas, não foi identificada uma igualdade absoluta, mas foram identificadas sete semelhanças, e apresentadas onze diferenças entre as três temáticas.

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Empreendedorismo em organizações sem fins lucrativos; Empreendedorismo social; Hibridismo.

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