Colloquium: From the Centre for Research on Educational and Community Services (CRECS)
The Evaluation of Social Innovation and Social Enterprise
Findings from a Systematic Review and Integration of the Empirical Knowledge Base
Social innovation (SI) and enterprise (SE) have gained prominence as novel ways to address social problems. Evaluators have been experimenting with how to approach SI and SE. We report on a systematic review of empirical studies of SI and SE evaluations to describe the approaches used, their drivers and effects.
Peter Milley, Assistant Professor. Faculty of Education; Barbara Szijarto, Doctoral Candidate. Faculty of Education; Kate Svensson, Doctoral Candidate. Faculty of Education; Dr. J. Bradley Cousins, Professor Emeritus. Faculty of Education.