A book highlighting the importance of social economy science as a means of addressing the biggest societal challenges
Dominika Wruk co-edited a pioneering new book that provides the first comprehensive analysis of why and how social economy organisations drive systemic change, foster resilience and create superior value for society. Based on extensive empirical research, with a strong practical and policy component, the book draws on organizational theory and transition studies to provide a systematic perspective on complex multi-stakeholder forms of action. It discusses the social economy's role in promoting innovation for impact, as well as its role as an agent of societal change and as a partner to businesses, governments, and citizens.
Social Economy Science: Transforming the Economy and Making Society More Resilient
- Brings together insights from two distinct fields of research - organizational theory and transition studies
- Highlights the importance of social economy science as a means of addressing the biggest societal challenges
- Based on extensive empirical research, with a strong practical and policy component
- An open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 International licence.