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European Public and Social Innovation Review (EPSIR)


The European Public & Social Innovation Review (EPSIR) is edited by Sinnergiak Social Innovation. EPSIR is a bi-annual and a peer-reviewed journal.

EPSIR    is    fully    open    access    and    its    mission    is    to    enable    social    innovation    in    industry,    business, non-profit organizations, knowledge organizations, and the public sector through   a   serious   theoretical   and   methodological    inquiry,    exploring    the     implications     for     innovation     policies    and/or    social    innovation    management.


Alfonso Unceta

University of the Basque Country

Natalia Restrepo

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, Netherlands