Apart from worrying discussions about its potential financial risks, or legitimate questions about the search for efficiency conducted at the expense of equality, the Anglo-Saxon concept of social entrepreneurship makes us reconsider what constitutes an association, its function, and its relationship with companies. In the future should we advance our fundamental vision about Law by moving associations into the entrepreneurial field? What role could the government play in order to guarantee the solvency of operators and take into account the associations left behind by these new markets? These are the fundamental questions posed in this discussion by a banker whose profession has traditionally been involved in the social sector.
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