This e-book includes peer-reviewed full papers of the majority of the presentations at the inaugural Social Innovation Network conference, 28-29 September 2009, Wollongong Australia. Authors brought their perspectives from the different disciplines of accounting, engineering, education, management, science, literature, informatics, creative arts, economics, marketing and psychology. The range of social issues reflected in these papers is evidence of the success of the SInet as a network of scholars, working across traditional boundaries to explore and advocate innovative approaches to social, technical and environmental challenges that confront modern societies. The chapters have been organised to firstly present discussions on research and electronic networks, followed by sections which provide illustrations of the application and relevance of social innovation concepts and approaches.
This site houses publications from the Social Innovation Network (SInet) at the University of Wollongong, including the SInet 2010 eBook.
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