A previous failure in business can be a very good experience in building a new, more successful business. But how can social entrepreneurs be supported through failure to ensure they go on to build a better business next time round?
In collaboration with UnLtd, the charity that supports social entrepreneurs, the Open University is offering a CASE research studentship on this issue. The studentship will focus on the question: how can new social entrepreneurs whose projects are at risk best be supported through the experience of project ‘failure’ in ways that maximise learning?
The studentship is offered at £14,900 per annum and starts on 1 October 2008.
If you are ready to study for a doctorate, and would like to investigate how best to support budding social entrepreneurs, then contact firstname.lastname@example.org before 14 July 2008.
As well as a good honours degree, preferably in a relevant social science, you should have, or expect to have, an MRes, or other recognised postgraduate research qualification (or experience demonstrably equivalent to this).
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