What to Make of Social Innovation? Towards a Framework for Policy Development

@article{Borzaga2012WhatTM,
  title={What to Make of Social Innovation? Towards a Framework for Policy Development},
  author={Carlo Borzaga and Riccardo Bodini},
  journal={Strategy \& Social Policies eJournal},
  year={2012}
}
Over the past few years, there has been a growing interest on the part of the scientific community (and, more recently, of policy makers) in the concept of social innovation. The notion of social innovation is particularly appealing in light of the difficulties facing traditional welfare systems and, more broadly, a development model essentially based on only two actors (the market and the state) that is finding it increasingly difficult to meet the growing and diversified needs of society… Expand
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