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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. Bund E. Gerhard U. Hoelscher M. Mildenberger G. 2015 A Methodological Framework for Measuring Social Innovation Historical Social Research 40 3 48 78 Černikovaitė, M. L. & Laužikas, M. (2011). The Model of Social Innovations in the Emerging Market of Lithuania. Intellectual Economics. 5 (3

FURTHER READING Chesbrough, H. & Di Minin, A. (2014): “Open social innovation. New frontiers in open innovation.”, in: Chesbrough, H.; Vanhaverbeke, W.; and West, J. (eds.), New Frontiers in Open Innovation. Oxford: 169–187. Kohler, T. & Chesbrough, H. (2019): “From collabo - rative community to competitive market: the quest to build a crowdsourcing platform for social innovation”, R&D Management, Vol. 49 (3), 356–368. Van Alstyne, M.W.; Parker, G.G. & Choudary, S.P. (2016): “Pipelines, platforms, and the new rules of strategy”, Harvard Business Review, Vol

Academic references [1] Angelidou, M. & Psaltoglou, A. (2017). An empirical investigation of social innovation initiatives for sustainable urban development. Sustainable Cities and Society , 33 , 113–125. DOI: 10.1016/j.scs.2017.05.016. [2] Bauriedl, S. & Strüver, A., eds. (2018). Smart City – Kritische Perspektiven auf die Digitalisierung in Städten . Bielefeld: Transcript. [3] Blumer, H. (1954). What is Wrong with Social Theory? American Sociological Review , 19 (1), 3–10. DOI: 10.2307/2088165. [4] Bock, B. B. (2016). Rural Marginalisation and the Role

References Aken, J. E. V. (2004). Management research based on the paradigm of the design sciences: the quest for field-tested and grounded technological rules. Journal of management studies, 41 (2), 219–246. Alvesson, M., & Sandberg, J. (2011). Generating research questions through problematization. Academy of management review, 36 (2), 247–271. Baran, G. (2018). Design-led Approach to Social Innovation. Przedsiębiorczość i Zarz ądzanie, 19 (9), part 3, 467–482. Bergman, N., Markusson, N., Connor, P., Middlemiss, & L., Ricci, M. (2010). Bottom-up, social

infrastructuring at work. Computer Supported Cooperative Work , 26(1–2), 245–273. Retrieved from Eriksson, E. et al. (2018). Makerspace in school – considerations from a large-scale national testbed. International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction , 16 , 9–15. European Commission. (2013). Guide to social innovation . DG Regional and Urban Policy, Brussels. Retrieved from European Commission, EACEA, & Eurydice

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 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 , The Digital Post, May 2015 retrieved 13th July 2017

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2019 ), weak economic performance ( Dax, Fisher 2018 ) and large physical distances to end markets ( Tregear, Cooper 2016 ). In order to overcome these challenges, rural development policy has sought out novel solutions through social innovation (SI). However, despite there being various approaches to SI in territorial development, few have addressed the phenomenon in a rural context, with the notable exception of Neumeier ( 2012 , 2017 ), Bock (2016) and Bosworth et al. (2016) . There is still a lack of knowledge on how SI emerges in rural areas and how it might

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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.