Shared Value Creation through Community Health Initiatives: A Social Innovation

Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 24:106-111 (2013)
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Should the private sector concern itself with the health of the communities in which it operates? Should the community look to local businesses for collaboration in the effort to elevate the health of its citizens? Is there an opportunity between the public and private sectors to create shared value through the enhancement of public health? These are questions this paper explores and analyzes, using theoretical models that originate in disparate literatures



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