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Social enterprise as social innovation - Co-production and cross- sectoral collaboration. Lars Hulgård, professor, Ph.D. R oskilde University , Denmark hulg@ruc.dk President, EMES European Research Network Centre for Social entrepreneurship, Roskilde University. Structure of speech.

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social enterprise as social innovation co production and cross sectoral collaboration

Social enterprise as social innovation - Co-production and cross-sectoral collaboration

Lars Hulgård, professor, Ph.D. RoskildeUniversity, Denmark hulg@ruc.dk

President, EMES European Research Network

Centre for Social entrepreneurship, Roskilde University

structure of speech
Structure of speech
  • Two core themes in social innovation
  • Social Enterprise as social innovation
    • Efficiency through co-production, participation and cross-sectoral collaboration

LH, Wien, 20 September, 2011

1st core theme in social innovation relation between state and civil society
1st core theme in social innovation: Relation between state and civil society
  • Bringing the state back in
  • “The muscle of the state is what makes it possible for a third sphere to have any institutional power”
  • “Every single time the muscle of the state is reduced what happens is that the sphere of civil society, the sphere of a positive, democratic impulse is immediately devoured by the market”

Margaret Somers: The Great Dichotomy

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2nd core theme in social innovation:
  • Role and specificity of social enterprise

http://www.emes.net/

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Social enterprise as social innovation

Roskilde Universitetscenter

  • Economic criteria
  • Producing goods or services
  • Economic risk
  • Paid work (not only volunteers)
  • Limited profit distribution if any
  • Social criteria
  • Explicit aim to benefit community
  • Launched by a group of citizens
  • Decision-making not based on capital ownership
  • Governance criteria
  • High degree of autonomy
  • Participatory nature,

LH

LH, Wien, 20 September, 2011

social enterprise as social innovation
Social enterprise as social innovation
  • Social enterprise
    • Economic
      • Goodsor services
      • Risks
    • Social
      • launched by citizens
      • servingcommunity
    • Governance
      • participatory
  • Social innovation
    • Process
      • Co-production
      • Participatorygovernance
      • Deliberation
      • Changes in social relations
    • Outcome
      • Social value
      • End user

LH, Wien, 20 September, 2011

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Cross-sectoral social innovation with SE

Roskilde Universitetscenter

  • Co-production and hybrid organizations
    • Multiple goals
    • Multiple resources
  • Social enterprises in social service
    • Working with people
    • Serving people’s needs
    • Targetting people in difficult situations
  • Efficiency through
    • co-production, participation and cross- sectoral collaboration

LH

LH, Wien, 20 September, 2011

social innovation from the integrated perspective
Social innovation from the integratedperspective

ElinorOstrom

  • User driven and citizen driven resource management can be efficient, transparent and fair
  • Collective assets can be managed cost effective and democratically by associations and groups of citizens
  • Co-production: Several actors contribute to the production of public service (professionals and volunteers)

LH, Wien, 20 September, 2011

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Social enterprise as cross-sectoral social innovation

Public Policies

InstitutionalWelfare State

Parliamentary and legal initiatives (CICs, CSE)

Innovative social policy

Internal Market Act

Private

enterprises

CSR / CSI

Sponsorships

Partnerships

Donation af actions and competencies

Civil society

Voluntaryassociatons

NGOs

Advocacy

Thirdsector

Solidarityeconomy

Social economy

Cooperatives

SE

  • SE as a means to
  • Combat poverty
  • Integration of excluded
  • Innovate social services
  • Community development
  • Disaster reconstruction

LH, Wien, 20 September, 2011