Personal Factor of a Social Entrepreneur in the Context of the Inclusive Economy Development
Olesya Viktorovna Skudalova1, Yuliya Nikolayevna Malanina2, Tatyana Yuryevna Tsibizova3, Alevtina Vladimirovna Vilkova4, Vladimir Mikhailovich Litvishkov5, Boris Anatolievich Shvyrev6, Iana Viktorovna Poliakova7
1Olesya Viktorovna Skudalova, Economics and Production Management Department, Institute of Economics and Management of Tver State University, Tver, Russia.
2Yuliya Nikolayevna Malanina, Department of Management; Irkutsk State Transport University, Irkutsk, Russia.
3Tatyana Yuryevna Tsibizova, Department “Pedagogy, Psychology, Law, History and Philosophy”, Department “Automatic control systems”, federal state budgetary institution of higher professional education “Bauman Moscow State Technical University (National Research University)”, Moscow, Russia.
4Alevtina Vladimirovna Vilkova, Federal public establishment “National Research Institute of the Penal system of the Russian Federation”, Moscow, Russia.
5Vladimir Mikhailovich Litvishkov, Federal public establishment “National Research Institute of the Penal system of the Russian Federation”, Moscow, Russia.
6Boris Anatolievich Shvyrev, Federal public establishment “National Research Institute of the Penal system of the Russian Federation”, Moscow, Russia.
7Iana Viktorovna Poliakova, Donetsk Pedagogical Institute, Donetsk, Ukraine.
Manuscript received on 02 June 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 10 June 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 June 2019 | PP: 2996-3002 | Volume-8 Issue-8, June 2019 | Retrieval Number: H7031068819/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: Introduction. In modern society, the issue of solving social problems and reducing social tensions becomes urgent. These social aspects can be solved not only within the framework of the state policy but also through the organization of social activities. In this regard, it is necessary to consider the question of the effective functioning of social business structures. Research Methodology. Within the framework of this study, social entrepreneurship is viewed as an innovative activity united by the duality of goals – profit making and satisfaction of social needs, organized in the context of inclusive economy. Special attention is paid to the personal factor of a social entrepreneur, and the influence of this parameter on the organization of social business. The existing system of basic moral, psychological, personal and business qualities affects the activities of a traditional entrepreneur. On its basis, the system of additional qualities necessary for creating a social business was developed. Research Results. The interrelation of the main components of the concept of “social entrepreneurship” is shown. The expected results of the development of social entrepreneurship using the personal factor of a businessman in inclusive economy with specific proposals relevant to modern society are presented. Discussion. The study synthesizes scientific approaches of Russian and foreign authors in the field of social entrepreneurship, the prerequisites for the development of this activity and the impact of inclusive economy on modern society. Conclusion. Competent and rational use of the personal factor of a social entrepreneur in the context of inclusive economy will make social business activities more productive and efficient.
Keyword: Social entrepreneurship, Inclusive economy, Personal factor, Social problems solution.
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences.