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Paunescu / Lepik / Spencer Social Innovation in Higher Education



Landscape, Practices, and Opportunities

1. Auflage 2022, 390 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm Reihe: Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management
ISBN: 978-3-030-84043-3
Verlag: Springer, Berlin


Paunescu / Lepik / Spencer Social Innovation in Higher Education

This open access book offers unique and novel views on the social innovation landscape, tools, practices, pedagogies, and research in the context of higher education. International, multi-disciplinary academics and industry leaders present new developments, research evidence, and practice expertise on social innovation in higher education institutions (HEIs), across academic and professional disciplines.
The book includes a selected set of peer-reviewed chapters presenting different perspectives against which relevant actors can identify and analyse social innovation in HEIs. The volume demonstrates how HEIs can respond to societal challenges, support positive social change, and contribute to the development of international public policy discourse. It answers the question ‘how does the present higher education system, in different countries, promote social innovation and create social change and impact’. In answering this question, the book identifies factors driving success as well as obstacles. Furthermore, it examines how higher education innovation assists societal challenges and investigates the benefits of effective social innovation engagement by HEIs.
The interdisciplinary approach of the volume makes it a must-read for scholars, students, policy-makers, and practitioners of economics, education, business and management, political science, and sociology interested in a better understanding of social innovation.

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Introduction: An Overview of the Research.- Facets of Social Innovation in Higher Education.- Pathways towards Enhancing HEI's Role in the Local Social Innovation Ecosystem.- Digital Transformation in Higher Education Institutions as a Driver of Social Oriented Innovations.- Design of a Social Innovation Competence Framework to Educate Entrepreneurs in Developing on the International Stage.- Higher Education Practices for Social Innovation and Sustainable Development.- The Role of Higher Education Institutions in Development of Social Entrepreneurship: The Case of Tallinn University Social Entrepreneurship Study Program, Estonia.- Fostering Research with Societal Impact in Higher Education Institutions: A Review and Conceptualization.- The Role of Higher Education in Creating Socially Responsible Innovations - A Case Study of the EIT Food RIS Consumer Engagement Labs project.- Defining 'Responsible' in Responsible Research and Innovation: The Case of Quadruple Helix Innovation in the Energy Sector in the Tampere Region.- A Human-Centric Co-Creation Platform for Solving Wicked Social Challenges.- "Thinking Outside the Box": Social Innovations Emerging from Academic Nursing-Community Partnerships.- Social Innovation in Higher Education from a Disability Studies Perspective.- Possibilities of Social Bonds Using to Finance Higher Education Institutions.


Paunescu, Carmen
Carmen Paunescu is a Professor of Entrepreneurship in the UNESCO Department for Business Administration at Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE), Romania. Her research interests lie in the areas of social entrepreneurship, innovation, business continuity, sustainable entrepreneurship, and higher education. Since 2011, she is also a doctoral supervisor at ASE in the area of social innovation and entrepreneurship. Carmen is an expert and local coordinator in the Erasmus+ project "CLLC - Community Learning for Local Change" and the Erasmus+ project "VISEnet - Village social enterprise: learning material, guidance, and networking. She leads also the WG2 Higher Education Institutions (HEI), social change and transformation as part of the COST Action CA 18236 Multidisciplinary innovation for social change. Carmen published over 50 peer-reviewed articles, books, and book chapters. She is an Editor of the Management and Marketing. Challenges for a Knowledge Society journal. 
Katri-Liis Lepik is an Associate Professor of Management at Tallinn University, Estonia. She is a lecturer in the global Master's programme of Social Entrepreneurship and a mentor in the online Social Entrepreneurship Incubation Program. Katri-Liis is the Chair of the international COST network "Multidisciplinary innovation for social change" covering 40 countries. Having worked for the public, private, and non-profit sectors, she possesses competencies relevant for international collaboration and management consultancy. Katri-Liis is a board member of The Skill Mill Limited - an award-winning Social Enterprise dedicated to the employment of young ex-offenders by providing environmental maintenance services in the UK using Social Impact Bonds. Her research interests focus on social entrepreneurship, the public sector, and social innovation as well as quadruple helix cooperation. 
Nicholas Spencer is an Associate Professor of Design Innovation and Head of the Industrial Design Subject in the School of Design at Northumbria University. His research is interested in the application of design to navigate contested futures within complex social and organisational situations contributing to our understanding of Design for Social Innovation. Spencer leads a network of researchers and practitioners as part of the COST Action (CA18236) investigating design approaches to Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship. He has also helped to establish new practices that support the creative exploration of innovation readiness in small to medium-sized businesses and is regularly consulted to support larger organisations to develop the structures, cultures, and practices that enable inclusive approaches to design-led strategic change.



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