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REASER :: Volume 16, ISSUE 2/2018::




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1Raluca NiculaeCoverSee more1-2
2EditorsTable of contentsSee more3
3EditorsForewordSee more4
4Antonelli, Maria Alessandra, De Bonis, Valeria More is better with good institutions: evidence from European public social spending See more5-12
5Ahmad, H, AlAssaf, Abas Salem RawashdehAdministrative and organizational obstacles of development in the Jordanian ministries and their impact on administering and developing human resources: analytical study for the opinions of supervisorSee more13-25
6Bunduc, Nicoleta#Saniting, the power of the communities on your way back to emotional balanceSee more26-32
7Kristina DabovicBranding Podgorica, MontenegroSee more33-55
8Demian, Florina-Loredana, Rebeleanu, AdinaThe desirability of social entrepreneurship in the formation of social workers. Entrepreneurs and social workers - agents of changeThis article is an overview of the implications that social entrepreneurship practices have on optimizing the work of social workers. The paper tries to highlight the need to develop new skills useful in the development of the social work profession, but also in the development of the whole society. Starting from the study of the specialized literature, several objectives have been outlined which guided this research: identifying the difficulties faced by non-profit organizations in Cluj County, determining the level of knowledge about the term of social entrepreneurship and its specific activities, describing the specific activities of social entrepreneurship and analyze them on several dimensions specific to social entrepreneurship, identifying the skills and qualities of a social entrepreneur as an agent of social change. These objectives were achieved through an exploratory qualitative research. Data analysis revealed that social business and entrepreneurial initiatives are different from one organization to another, some nonprofit organizations sell handmade products at sales exhibitions, other organizations develop their own self-financing and fundraising mechanisms and other organizations lay the foundations of social enterprises, which aim at the socio-professional integration of their own beneficiaries of social services.
KEYWORDS: social entrepreneurship, hybrid activities, social entrepreneur profile, social worker, entrepreneurial abilities, entrepreneurial skills.
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9Jelena ObradovicResearch on cheese in Montenegro - a livestock countrySee more68-83
10Raikhan Sutbayeva, Aliev Urak Zholmurzaevich, Dababrata ChowdhurySocial protection and circumstances of the population in the Republic of KazakhstanSee more84-92
11Razzak, BM, Ali Akkas and Dababrata ChowdhuryWorking Life and Job Satisfaction amongst Teachers: An Empirical Study of Public Universities in BangladeshSee more93-108
12Dimitriu, AndaBook Review- The role of language and symbols in promotional strategies and marketing schemes. Eds. Manuela Epure Lorena Clara Mihaes, IGI Global, 2018See more109-111

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