Capitalists, Entrepreneurs, CEOs, Bankers, Shareholders, Economists – they like to talk about freedom and individual liberty and think it can be found in the free market. Libertarians, Conservatives, Liberals, The United States Declaration of Independence, Republicans, Democrats, Politicians – they like to talk about freedom and individual liberty and think it can be found in … Continue reading Is this Freedom?
Larry Lessig - Professor of Law at Stanford Law School presents arguments for limited control to the creator and then advocates to "let that content live freely for people to develop and transform as they want." He draws his arguments from his interpretation of the original intent of the Constitution of the United States and … Continue reading Do Intellectual Property Rights Hinder Creativity or Protect the Creator?
What is a Social Entrepreneur? I define a Social Entrepreneur as an entrepreneur that trades off short-term profits in exchange for long-term financial sustainability in order to create jobs for those currently excluded from the mainstream economy. Social Entrepreneurs are often associated with a "triple-bottom line" approach that values a balance of social, economic and … Continue reading Social Entrepreneurs Are Key to Diversifying Alberta’s Economy