Islam, social entrepreneurship
In 2010, the Wolfensohn Center for Development issued a report entitled "Social Entrepreneurship in the Middle East: Toward Sustainable Development for the Next Generation." In this report, the authors presented a dilemma: "Although young people across the region face a diverse and complex set of challenges, the core of the struggle is defined by a lack of promising career trajectories and, more generally, by limited economic opportunity." With close to 25 percent of the Middle East's young people ages 15 to 24 unemployed and prospects for a "youth bulge" over the next decade, this is a crisis of critical proportions and has implications for national stability, social cohesion, economic viability, and international security.
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BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Jackson, Scott, "Muslim Social Entrepreneurship: Religious Underpinnings and Modern Applications" (2011). Student Works. 80.
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© 2011 by Scott Jackson
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