This publication aims to provide a theoretically and empirically grounded guide for the many people involved in social innovation: innovators, funders, policy-makers and commissioners. It draws on a growing body of research on patterns of growth, and distills its conclusions into a guide to help direct scarce resources more effectively to maximise social impact.

Social innovation

Posted on: 1 September 2007 Authors: Geoff Mulgan, Rushanara Ali,

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