N. Ignatovych, PhD in Economics, Assosiate Professor, V. Gura, PhD in Economics, Assistant Professor Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine FOREIGN EXPERIENCE OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

The theoretical and applied aspects of forming and realization conception of social entrepreneurship are considered in the world economy. The main features of social entrepreneurship are distinguished. On the basis of generalization foreign experience of social entrepreneurship realization are certained its organization leading forms, in particular, unprofitable private organizations, business with social mission, social co-operatives, and also priority spheres and basic directions of modern development. The features of social entrepreneurship state support are investigated in the different countries of the world. Differences between European models and The USA model of social entrepreneurship are shown, pointed reasons of these differences. Foreign experience of social entrepreneurship is very important for Ukrainian social enterprises development. In unstable political situation and in period of financial crisis with production reducing and high inflation only social entrepreneurs can make economy conditions better. Also there is pointed the important role of legislative power for creating favorable conditions.

Keywords: social enterprise, social enterprises, charity, unprofitable private organizations, business with social mission, social co-operatives.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17721/1728-2667.2014/165-12/5

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