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Design-led Approach as Catalyst for New Social Paradigms: Social engagement for empowering vulnerable communities and third sector organisations

The value of design thinking (Buchanan, 1992; Martin, 2009 & Brown, 2009) is highly recognised in the field of business and management studies thanks to the growing numbers of successful design practices and interventions. Design is considered by business companies as one of the most important competences to enhance companies’ competitiveness on the market. The … Continue reading

  • Aurélie Soetens holds a master degree in Management of Social Enterprises at the University of Liège, and is currently a PhD student at the Center for Social Economy of the ULg. She researches workers' co-operatives, more particularly the sustainability of workers' participation through inter-organizational networking. Kai-Lan Chang is undertaking a Ph.D in Economics and Management at the Center for Research in Entrepreneurial Change and Innovative Strategies (CRECIS) within Université catholique de Louvain (UCL). Her research interests cover social entrepreneurship and crowdfunding. Patrick Reichert is undertaking a Ph.D. in Economics and Management at the Centre for European Research in Microfinance (CERMi) within the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). His research interests cover the microfinance commercialization, impact investing and energy access/rural electrification projects.
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