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ISIRC 2019: Social Innovation: Local Solutions to Global Challenges
ISIRC is the world’s leading interdisciplinary social innovation research conference. The conference brings together scholars from across the globe to discuss social innovation from a variety of perspectives. ISIRC 2019 will be hosted by The Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health, Glasgow Caledonian University from Monday 2nd to Wednesday 4th September 2019. The conference will take place at 200SVS, in the heart of Glasgow City Centre.
The conference organisers invite abstracts for papers and panel proposals in the following streams:
• Social innovation & sustainable development
• Public service provision, co-production and co-creation
• Social innovation & health and well-being
• Communities and resilience
• Public policy & social innovation
• Hybrid models
• Novel ways of measuring social impact
• Growing and scaling social impact
• Social investment and social finance
• Social innovation education
• Technology & social innovation
• Critical perspectives
• Design thinking
• Regional and geographical aspects of social innovation
• Alternative economic organising for social innovation: Ecologies of context and relations
• Open stream
Paper abstracts must be maximum 300 words, excluding references. They should articulate: the research objectives or questions being addressed; the conceptual or theoretical perspectives informing the work; where appropriate, the methodology utilised; and the contribution of the paper to knowledge in light of the conference themes.
Optional full paper submission for consideration in best paper awards is due no later than 31st July 2019.
A maximum of two abstracts may be submitted per presenter (joint papers to be presented by co-authors will also be considered). On abstract submission please ensure you advise the conference stream.
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Panel proposals must be maximum 400 words, excluding references. They should include: the panel purpose and its relationship to the nominated conference stream; details of (minimum) three and (maximum) four papers and paper presenters to be included in the panel; and the expected contribution to the panel.
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Abstract and panel proposals submission: Closes 28th February 2019
Decision on submissions: Notification by 31st March 2019
Full papers submitted for consideration in best paper awards due: 31st July 2019
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The ISIRC 2019 Team
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