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Anheier / Krlev / Mildenberger Social Innovation [Open Access]



Comparative Perspectives

1. Auflage 2018, 298 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 159 mm x 237 mm, Gewicht: 580 g Reihe: Routledge Studies in Social Enterprise & Social Innovation
ISBN: 978-1-138-06836-0
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd


Anheier / Krlev / Mildenberger Social Innovation [Open Access]

Social Innovation: Comparative Perspectives investigates socio-economic impact. Since it is hard to establish causality and to measure social properties when investigating impact, especially at the level of society, the book narrows down impact to one priority aspect: social innovation – understood as organizations’ capacity to generate novel ideas, ways and means of doing things, of addressing public and social problems of many kinds.
This volume’s primary assertion is that the Third Sector, specifically through stimulating civic involvement, is best placed to produce social innovation, outperforming business firms and state agencies in this regard. By investigating actor contributions to social innovation across seven fields of activity, Social innovation: Comparative Perspectives develops our understanding of why and how the Third Sector is central to functioning, cohesive and viable societies.
This volume is based on contributions of the project "ITSSOIN – Impact of the Third Sector as Social Innovation" funded by the European Commission under the 7th framework programme. It will be of insight across disciplines, in particular to the growing social innovation community, innovation researchers more generally and to non-profit scholars. The practical relevance of the book will be of interest to European and national policy makers and practitioners across different sectors.

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Preface
Chapter Summaries

Part I: The question: Who are the innovators and how to find them? (Conceptual foundations)

Introduction: Social innovation – What is it and who makes it?

Gorgi Krlev, Helmut K. Anheier, Georg Mildenberger

Research strategy: Identifying the actors – An open approach

Gorgi Krlev, Helmut K. Anheier, Georg Mildenberger

Methods: A process tracing of social innovations in 7 fields of activity across Europe

Gorgi Krlev, Helmut K. Anheier, Georg Mildenberger

Part II: The evidence: Social innovation and actor involvement (Empirics)

Arts & Culture: Arts for spatial rejuvenation

Giulia Cancellieri, Alex Turrini, María José Sanzo Perez, Noelia Salido-Andres, Jeanet Kullberg, Aurélie Cognat

Social Services: New governance arrangements

Marta Rey-Garcia, Ana Felgueiras, Annette Bauer, Torbjörn Einarsson, Giulia Cancellieri

Health Care: The recovery approach to mental health

Annette Bauer, Vladimir Hyanek, Maria Figueroa, Sarah Sandford

Environmental Sustainability: Promoting public spaces for bicycle use

Maria Figueroa, Jiri Navratil, Alex Turrini, Gorgi Krlev

Consumer Protection: Online financial education

Vladimir Hyanek, Jiri Navratil, Klára Placier, Maria Figueroa, Begoña Alvarez Garcia, Luis Ignacio Alvarez Gonzalez

Work integration: Cross-sector partnerships

Bernard Leca, Sarah Sandford, Aurélie Cognat, Anne-Claire Pache, Vanessa Mato Santiso, Vladimir Hyanek, Gorgi Krlev

Community development: Self-organised integration of refugees

Wouter Mensink, Elisa Ricciuti, Lucia Cemová, Annette Bauer

Part III: Synthesis: Social innovation conditions

Results: The comparative analysis

Gorgi Krlev, Helmut K. Anheier, Georg Mildenberger

Conclusions and implications for research, policy and practice

Gorgi Krlev, Helmut K. Anheier, Georg Mildenberger

References
Index


Anheier, Helmut
Prof Helmut K. Anheier is the academic director of the Centre for Social Investment at the University of Heidelberg, past President of the Hertie School of Governance, Berlin, Germany, and holds adjunct professorial positions at the London School of Economics and UCLA.
Dr Gorgi Krlev is a research associate at the Centre for Social Investment at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.
Dr Georg Mildenberger is head of research at the Centre for Social Investment at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.


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