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In this short clip Cam Donaldson discusses a new programme of work at Glasgow Caledonian University, exploring the idea of social business and social enterprise as public health interventions and the challenges that might pose for their evaluation as such. He also touches on the notion of microcredit amongst the most deprived communities in this context.

A reference to this work can be found at: Donaldson C, Baker R, Cheater F, Gillespie M, McHugh N and Sinclair S. "Social business, health and well-being". Social Business 2011: 1; 17-35. DOI: 10.1362/204440811X570545

Duration 20'48"
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