Social Entrepreneurship and Public Policy 

Social Entrepreneurship and Public Policy aims to provide  knowledge and practical experience to mobilise and manage entrepreneurial processes to tackle contemporary global challenges, as embodied in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Main Domains

How can social entrepreneurship be leveraged to tackle contemporary global challenges by public policy?

How can novel public-private partnerships, entrepreneurial ventures, social enterprises, NGOs and civil society cooperate and coordinate for economic, environmental and social sustainability?

How can you and I become impactful change makers and make a living through practising social entrepreneurship?

Alumni Master’s student Alex Lim: “Social entrepreneurship at the end of the day is not all about engaging in deep academics, it is actively improving the world through practical means. I always believe that effective policymaking, aside from requiring one foot in official policymaking bodies, requires policymakers to have another foot actively engaging in civil society.”