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Wirtz, Michael
Volkmann, Christine
Yunus, Muhammad
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Schumpeter Discussion Papers No. 2018-004
Muhammad Yunus is one of the world's leading social entrepreneurs, having been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for founding the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh. This microfinance institution is the largest one until today, counting eight million borrowers. We conducted research on Grameen Bank, related organisations and the concept of social business over the past years and asked Yunus questions which arose as a result of the research.
Social Business
Grameen Bank
Social Business Cities
Joint Ventures
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