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Social innovation in the Church of Sweden

Published: 25 September 2016

Luleå University studies social innovation in the Church of Sweden, on the local, regional and national levels. The aim is to identify and analyze examples of social innovations and their potential to improve the conditions for individuals, organizations and society.

Publications

Lindberg, M. & Nahnfeldt, C. (2017). Idealistic incentives in NGO innovativeness – bridging theoretical gaps. Prometheus – Critical Studies in Innovation. 35(2): 97-110. More info.

Nahnfeldt, C. & Lindberg, M. (2017). Gendered Potentials and Delimitations in the Church of Sweden’s Social Innovation. Diaconia – Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice. 8(1): 3-22. More info.

Berglund, K-E., Lindberg, M., Nahnfeldt, C. (2016). Social innovation now and then in the Church of Sweden. Diaconia – Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice. 7(2): 125–141. More info.

Contact

Malin Lindberg, Professor at Luleå University of Technology

Cecilia Nahnfeldt, Researcher at Uppsala University and the Church of Sweden