European Public & Social Innovation Review

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The European Public & Social Innovation Review (EPSIR), ISSN 2529-9824, is a double blind peer reviewed open access and interdisciplinary journal. The journal's mission is to explore public and social innovation in social economy, business, non-profit organizations, university and the public sector, through a serious theoretical and methodological inquiry, attending the implications for public policies, SI research and methodology.


Alfonso Unceta - University of the Basque Country
Álvaro Luna - Sinnergiak Social Innovation

Editorial Board:
Sharam Alijani
- NEOMA Business School, France
Andrea Bassi - Università di Bologna, Italy
Steven Dhondt - TNO, The Netherlands and University of Leuven, Belgium
Josef Hochgerner - Center for Social Innovation, Austria
Francesca Rizzo - Department of Architecture and Territorial Planning, University of Bologna, Italy  
Julia Wittmayer - Dutch Research Institute of Transitions (DRIFT), Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Editorial office: Roberto Feltrero

This journal is sponsored by SINNERGIAK SOCIAL INNOVATION

Call for Papers


Call for papers: III. Building innovation capacities through education and learning


The current context of economic, social, and knowledge changes has generated new challenges and opportunities in education, in order to answer to new processes of social, cultural and technological transformation. Designing and implementing innovative solutions requires a social effort that is coordinated with educational policies and programs, as well as with training methodologies and learning tools.

In this sense, this call is focused on building capacities in the field of educational innovation, and its significance for the development of an innovative ecosystem that supports the creation and implementation of solutions for new societal challenges. 

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Vol 2, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Research articles

Tuur Ghys
Maria Kleverbeck, Judith Terstriep
Malin Lindberg
Carla Nogueira, Hugo Pinto, Fábio Sampaio

Design and Support - Adonay Sanz and Roberto Feltrero