By Cecilia Grieco
This ebook explores the range of Social effect evaluate (SIA) types and descriptions a self-assessment on versions to help social marketers. The chapters hint the concept that and origins of social entrepreneurship and elicits present implementation of SIA types via social firms. the great evaluate of over 75 SIA types may be in particular precious for social marketers and researchers.
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