Author: Cheng, Willie
Source: Social Space, Lien Centre for Social Innovation, Singapore Management University
Number of pages: 6
It used to seem pretty straightforward: The commercial world stood on one end and the charity world, the other. One is for profit, while the other is not. Two largely separate worlds where their purpose, basis and cultures differ, but they happily coexist.
In recent times though, fundamental questions have been raised and efforts made to remake both the market and social economies.