Santiago A. Sena is professor of Entrepreneurial Initiative at IEEM, Business School of the University of Montevideo, Uruguay.
He is the co-founder of a consulting firm that specialized in strategy, leadership and cultural transformation issues. He has a wide teaching career. His work experience includes tours in both the public and private sectors, having served as Director of Entrepreneurs and as an advisor to the Chief of Cabinet of the City in the Government of the City of Buenos Aires, among other public services. His purpose is to leave a more just and humane world than he found.
He had a degree in Philosophy, Universidad Católica Argentina, and a Ph.D. in Management from IAE Business School, Austral University.
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What Causes Social Entrepreneurship? Emancipation as an Explanatory Framework
Details Year: 2019 Published in: SSRN Electronic Journal Cited as: Sena, Santiago and Pasquini, Ricardo, What Causes Social Entrepreneurship? Emancipation as an Explanatory Framework (June 6, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3400084 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3400084 Abstract What causes the emergence of social entrepreneurship at a societal level? This paper proposes that emancipatory theory (Welzel, 2013) provides an [...]