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November 2013

GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK

Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare. TJIC RESOURCES ON SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP Promoting Corporate Citizenship: opportunities for Business and Civil Society Engagement / Laurie Regelbrugge Book Location: TJIC 301 PRO Advocating partnerships between business, government, and non-profits, this is a necessary read for all citizens who want to be involved and properly informed on world issues directly affecting their lives.

The Market for Virtue: the Potential and Limits of Corporate Social Responsibility / David Vogel Book Location: TJIC 658.408 VOG Advocating partnerships between business, government, and non-profits, this is a necessary read for all citizens who want to be involved and properly informed on world issues directly affecting their lives.

A Guide to Strategic Corporate Giving in the Philippines / Philippine Business for Social Progress Book Location: TJIC 361.765 GUI Advocating partnerships between business, government, and non-profits, this is a necessary read for all citizens who want to be involved and properly informed on world issues directly affecting their lives.

The AMERICAN SPACES CONNECT is the electronic information dissemination service of the Thomas Jefferson Information Center (TJIC), designed to provide current information about issues, debates and commentaries in the United States. Internet users may access the full text of some titles directly from the Internet. The TJIC is open Monday through Friday, except American and Philippine holidays, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. For inquiries, please contact us at 301-2558, 301-2561 (phone) ; 301-2469 (fax) ; mnltjic@state.gov (e-mail)


ELIBRARYUSA RESOURCES

NOVEMBER 2013

The Corporate Conscience eJournal USA This issue features stories on business stewardship and innovative ideas on ways to protect the environment, support local community and improve working conditions. Read More: http://photos.state.gov/libraries/amgov/30145/publicationsenglish/1310_EJ_Corporate_Conscience_English_Low.pdf Young Entrepreneurs Remake the World eJournal USA Entrepreneurship can launch you on a path to change the world. But closer to home, entrepreneurship can give you the freedom to transform the lives of your family and people in your community. Read more: http://iipdigital.usembassy.gov/st/english/ publication/2012/09/20120917136152.html#ixzz2fms5M03Z Entrepreneurs: The Next Generation eJournal USA Entrepreneurship gives young people an opportunity to better their own lives and those of their families. And, as the founder of an organization of young entrepreneurs writes in this issue, it also gives young people freedom to transform their communities and change the world for the better Read more: http://iipdigital.usembassy.gov/st/english/ publication/2011/05/20110510150722jezrdna0.7208913.html#ixzz2fmplGKeN USA ID: The Entrepreneurship Toolkit The Entrepreneurship Toolkit has been developed to help USAID Mission and U.S. Embassy officers in the field in the design, implementation, and monitoring of entrepreneurship development programs. Read more: http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/175149.pdf

The AMERICAN SPACES CONNECT is the electronic information dissemination service of the Thomas Jefferson Information Center (TJIC), designed to provide current information about issues, debates and commentaries in the United States. Internet users may access the full text of some titles directly from the Internet. The TJIC is open Monday through Friday, except American and Philippine holidays, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. For inquiries, please contact us at 301-2558, 301-2561 (phone) ; 301-2469 (fax) ; mnltjic@state.gov (e-mail)


NOVEMBER 2013

ELIBRARYUSA RESOURCES Social Entrepreneurship (Business Source Premier) EBSCO's Business Source Premier uses the phrase "social entrepreneurship" to collect all the articles about social entrepreneurship. You can narrow the list of articles by year, by more specific subjects, and by type of publication. This resource, available through eLibraryUSA, can be accessed at all American Spaces or by using a password. Link: http://search.ebscohost.com.vlib.interchange.at/login.aspx? direct=true&db=buh&bquery=SOCIAL+responsibility+%26quot%3bof% 26quot%3b+business&type=0&site=ehost-live Social Entrepreneurship (CQ Researcher) CQ Researcher has a report about social entrepreneurship that includes a bibliography and a list of related sources. This resource, available through eLibraryUSA, can be accessed at all American Spaces or by using a password. Link: http://elibraryusa.state.gov/2013/ library.cqpress.com.vlib.interchange.at/cqresearcher/document.php? id=cqresrre2007080300 Social Entrepreneurship (ebrary) ebrary has a selection of books in English, Spanish, and Portuguese on a variety of topics related to social entrepreneurship. They include guides to finding employment at responsible corporations, best practices and return on investment guides, and case studies. This resource, available through eLibraryUSA, can be accessed at all American Spaces or by using a password. Link: http://site.ebrary.com.vlib.interchange.at/lib/stategov/search.action? p00=Social+Responsibility+Of+Business

The AMERICAN SPACES CONNECT is the electronic information dissemination service of the Thomas Jefferson Information Center (TJIC), designed to provide current information about issues, debates and commentaries in the United States. Internet users may access the full text of some titles directly from the Internet. The TJIC is open Monday through Friday, except American and Philippine holidays, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. For inquiries, please contact us at 301-2558, 301-2561 (phone) ; 301-2469 (fax) ; mnltjic@state.gov (e-mail)

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