Social economy is an agent of change for our socio-economic spaces. At the same time social economy is undergoing an important transformation itself. For this reason, it is of the utmost importance reflecting on the role social economy could play in our systems. In session I we will discuss the normative / value-based contribution social economy actors can bring to the system, including emerging and promising perspectives generated by social economy’s innovation potential. Julie Battilana (Harvard University), Marthe Nyssens (Université catholique de Louvain, EMES Network), Rocío Nogales-Muriel (EMES Network), Rafael Chaves (Universitat de Valencia), Mario Calderini (Politecnico di Milano), and Ruth Brännvall (Impact Invest Scandinavia) present their research and together with Maire J. Bouchard (Université du Québec à Montréal) discuss how the future of social economy could look like.
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