The value creation process occurs along a continuum, ranging from purely economic, to socio-economic, to social. This article explores each and the framework for the measurement of socio-economic value.
Formal evaluations build the level of evidence, attributing impact to your social enterprise’s intervention and isolating the root causes that lead to that impact. Learn about different types of formal evaluations and different study designs.
This purpose of this tool is to share some key studies that have been done to increase the evidence base for the employment social enterprise field. This resource will be kept up-to-date with new research and findings as they are published.
This methodology of how to quantify social costs will help managers understand the extent to which a social enterprise is profitable as a stand-alone business and shape important strategic and operational decisions.
The structure of the relationship between the social enterprise and the parent nonprofit can fall into three different types: integrated, connected and divisional. What are the implications when allocating social costs?