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Sustainability, Volume 11, Issue 18 (September-2 2019) – 327 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Despite the attempts of large, established companies to promote sustainability, many researchers [...] Read more. Despite the attempts of large, established companies to promote sustainability, many researchers and policymakers place their hope in a new generation of actors—sustainable entrepreneurs. Such entrepreneurs do not forget the bottom line, but their main focus is to create social and environmental value. In our paper, we argue that earlier research on sustainable entrepreneurship is often based on a theorization stemming from conventional kinds of entrepreneurship, with its focus individual, heroic entrepreneurs and the search, recognition, and exploitation of opportunities. We, on the other hand, re-think sustainable entrepreneurship as a caring, co-dependent relationship between an entrepreneurial subject and something they care for, where the entrepreneur’s traits, motivations, and emotions, are neither heroic nor fixed, but intricately connected to the fate of the cared-for. View this paper