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Measurement of Social Innovation at Organisation’s Level: Theoretical Issues

R eferences Bund, E., Gerhard, U., Hoelscher, M. & Mildenberger, G. (2015). A Methodological Framework for Measuring Social Innovation. Historical Social Research , 40(3), 48–78. http://dx.doi.org/10.12759/hsr.40.2015.3.48-78 Bund E. Gerhard U. Hoelscher M. Mildenberger G. 2015 A Methodological Framework for Measuring Social Innovation Historical Social Research 40 3 48 78 http://dx.doi.org/10.12759/hsr.40.2015.3.48-78 Černikovaitė, M. L. & Laužikas, M. (2011). The Model of Social Innovations in the Emerging Market of

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Social Innovations in Companies and in Social Economy Enterprises

References Baregheh A., Rowley J., Sambrook S. (2009), Towards a multidisciplinary definition of innovation , ‘Management Decision’, 47 (8). Bessant J., Tidd J. (2007), Innovation and Entrepreneurship , Wiley, Chichester. Biggs R., Westley F.R., Carpenter S.R. (2010), Navigating the back loop: fostering social innovation and transformation in ecosystem management. Ecology and Society 15(2): 9, http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss2/art9/ (05.09.2015). Brouard F., Larivet S. (2009), Social enterprises: definition and boundaries

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Fostering skills for digital social innovations in entrepreneurship education

References Aarchus Technical College (2013). Standards for Qualifications in Entrepreneurship Learning. An EU-funded project managed by the European Agency for Reconstruction retrieved 13th July 2017 from http://www.mashtgov.net/advCms/documents/Standards_for_Qualifications_in_Entrepreneurship_Learning.pdf Assante, D. , Castro, M., Hamburg, I. & Martin, S. (2016). The Use of Cloud Computing in SMEs. Procedia Computer Science n° 83, 1207 - 1212. Bria, F. (2015) Digital Social Innovation: A citizen-driven model

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Evaluation of the Influence of the Macro-environment on the Social Innovation Activity of Enterprises

References Androniceanu, A. (2013). Local public management and business environment in time of globalized economic crisis, Revista de Administratie si Management Public , 21,84-91. Antadze, N., & Westley, F. R. (2012). Impact metrics for social innovation: barriers or bridges to radical change? Journal of Social Entrepreneurship. 3 (2), 133-150, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19420676.2012.726005 Brest, P. & Born, K. (2013). When can impact investing create real impact? Retrieved August 4, 2016 from http

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Spin-offs of the Third Mission and social innovation: the case study of the research–training–intervention project of Geodata Ltd

-Grice J., & Mulgan, G. (2010). The Open Book of Social Innovation. The Young Foundation and NESTA Nussbaum, M. C. (2002). Giustizia sociale e dignità umana. Da individui a persone. Bologna: Il Mulino Pedler, M., T, Boydell, and Burgoyne, J. (1989) Towards the learning company, Management Education and Development, 20, 1-8 Phills Jr., J. A., Deiglmeier, K., & Miller, D. T. (2008). Rediscovering Social Innovation. Stanford Social Innovation Review: Fall Reason, P. (2001). Learning and change through action

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The Complementary Currency as an Element of the Social Innovation in the Entrepreneurship

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The article presents the complementary currency systems as an element of the social innovation in the entrepreneurship. It offers solution for the present economic problems created by the influence of the economic crisis. The important factors are high unemployment rate and exclusion of the marginalized social groups. The evaluation of the complementary currency systems and confrontation with the empirical studies of foreign and domestic authors presents the knowledge that the local currency systems especially in the time of economic crisis have an important contribution for all interested groups - entrepreneurship sector, public sector and private sector in the local economy.

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Social Innovations in the Field of Wastewater Treatment in Rural Areas

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In order to meet social needs and create new social relations, the EU Commission classified under the concept of social innovations, development and implementation of new ideas (products, services, models). In rural areas, this kind of social needs is represented among others by the need of solving the issue of domestic wastewater treatment. The paper describes the imple-mentation of sewerage development program in Poland, as well as problems derived from large value variation of factors encoun-tered characterising the domestic sewage contamination. In view of the current state, the environmental risks due to improper use of domestic wastewater treatment technologies were specified.

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Social Challenges are Opportunities for Sustainable Development: Tracing Impacts of Social Entrepreneurship Through Innovations and Value Creation

References Bačar, F. (2014). Interview with the author. Novo mesto, 24. April. BEPA (2011). Empowering people, driving change: Social Innovation in the European Union, http://ec.europa.eu/bepa/pdf/publications_pdf/social_innovation.pdf. Černak-Meglič, A., Rakar, T. (2009). The role of the third sector in the Slovenian walfare system. Teorija in praksa, 46(3): 237-254. Desa (2013). World Economic and Social Survey 2013: Sustainable Development Challenges. New York: United Nations

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Interpretations of Innovation in Rural Development. The Cases of Leader Projects in Lecce (Italy) and Granada (Spain) in 2007–2013 Period

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Creative industries in the capital cities of the Baltic States: Are there innovations in urban policy?

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