2605, 2016

Energy poverty in Spain. Clean energy and cooperatives might be the answer

May 26th, 2016|blog|Comments Off on Energy poverty in Spain. Clean energy and cooperatives might be the answer

by Aída Sáez, Universitat Politècnica de València

The complexities of the Spanish electric sector and its relationship with energy poverty make up the subject of one of our main case studies for the InnoSi project. A few weeks ago, we interviewed leading Spanish industrial engineers and entrepreneurs within the energy sector in Spain, who helped to […]

2505, 2016

InnoSi at the ISTR Conference

May 25th, 2016|events, news|Comments Off on InnoSi at the ISTR Conference

International Society for Third Sector Research  Conference, Stockholm June 28-July 1

Members of the InnoSi consortium from Poland, the UK, Germany and Italy will be attending the Conference to present the early findings from the studies carried out thus far in the project.

2505, 2016

InnoSi Panel at the ISTR Conference

May 25th, 2016|blog|Comments Off on InnoSi Panel at the ISTR Conference

International Society for Third Sector Research
Stockholm June 28- July 1 2016

by Matthias Freise, University of Münster

InnoSI Panel at the 12th Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research

Title of the Panel:

Social Investment and Social Innovation in Europe – Early results from the InnoSI Project

 Panel Chairs: Giulio Ecchia (University of Bologna) and Matthias Freise […]

1305, 2016

Social economy: delivering social outcomes. A social investment perspective.

May 13th, 2016|reports|Comments Off on Social economy: delivering social outcomes. A social investment perspective.

An integrated report on the European social economy
edited by Matthias Freise, Annette Zimmer and Carolin Schönert, University of Münster
This report presents the results of work package D3.3 of the project “Innovative Social Investment. Strengthening communities in Europe” (innosi).. The focus of the report lies on the role of social economy in European welfare states, in […]

405, 2016

Approaches to social investment from a scientific perspective

May 4th, 2016|reports|Comments Off on Approaches to social investment from a scientific perspective

A literature review of the Social Investment concept 
edited by Aldona Wiktorska-Świecka, Monika Klimowicz, Małgorzata Michalewska-Pawlak, Dorota Moroń, University of Wroclaw

This report presents the current state of research and scientific debate on the ‘Social Investment’ policy paradigm in European countries. An extensive review of literature and scientific sources is presented in this document covering the areas of […]