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SIMPACT project discusses toolbox for social innovations

SFS-researchers Dr. Bastian Pelka and Mona Markmann contributed to a project meeting working on a toolbox to support and sustain social innovations.

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More than 20 researchers assembled a toolbox with instruments and approaches to economically support and sustain social innovations. Therefore classical economical approaches and theories are scrutinized for their fit for social innovation and tailored to this new phenomenon. The sfs researchers contributed with insights into stakeholders’ and target groups’ perspectives in social innovation.

The toolbox will be published in December 2016 and will be accessible via this website.