Social Enterprise Experiments in England: 1660 – 1908. Matthew MacDonald and Carole Howorth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development Lancaster University Management School. Pre 1660.
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Social Enterprise Experiments in England: 1660 – 1908
Matthew MacDonald and Carole HoworthInstitute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development Lancaster University Management School
“signally failed either to do the job itself or to stimulate the State to do it adequately”
“tended to obscure the magnitude of the real problem by a false sense of achievement”(Macadam, 1934)
“They felt that material assistance on its own was worthless unless it was accompanied by a concern for the moral and spiritual needs of the recipient. Indeed it was the spiritual welfare of the needy which was the primary concern”(Whelan 1996)