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Theories of Social Innovation

Danielle Logue

As we grapple with how to respond to some of the world’s most pressing problems, such as inequality, poverty and climate change, there is growing global interest in ‘social innovation’ as a potential solution. But what exactly is ‘social innovation’? This book describes three ways to theorise social innovation when seeking to manage and organize for both social and economic progress.
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Acknowledgements

Danielle Logue

There are many dear friends and collaborators who supported the development of this book and my work, to whom I owe much thanks and express my sincere gratitude. I would like to sincerely thank Dr Gillian McAllister and Professor John Gray for their research support, editing, advice and thoughtful feedback on this book. Most importantly, I would like to acknowledge and thank my parents, Pat and Michele, for instilling both a sense of responsibility and optimism – foundational ideals underpinning my writing of this book – and for a lifetime of support and encouragement.

This book was supported through the awarding of an Australian Research Council DECRA.