On this episode, I talk to Teresa Chahine about her book “Introduction to Social Entreprenuership,” and some of the lessons learned about her experience publishing traditionally (and why she’ll probably self-publish next time).
If you’re an academic who is interested in publishing a textbook, or someone who has considered traditional publishing, then this episode is for you.
Teresa is the inaugural Sheila and Ron ’92 B.A. Marcelo Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship at the Yale School of Management. She launched the first social entrepreneurship program in the context of public health at Harvard University and is quite passionate about the subject.
I met up with Teresa while I was in Beirut on vacation and we recorded the podcast interview together (and had a lot of fun doing so!).
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Here’s a list of resources which are mentioned in the episode:
- Teresa’s Book “Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship“
- Teresa’s profile on the Yale School of Management
- Teresa’s MOOC on her website
- Teresa’s Podcast: Impact & Innovation
- Teresa Chahine on Twitter
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