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2020 | vol. 64, nr 9 | 5-15
Article title

Social innovation using the example of consortia of social economy entities

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Społeczne innowacje na przykładzie konsorcjów podmiotów ekonomii
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Abstracts
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The aim of the article is to present the functioning of consortia composed of various legal forms of social economy entities. The subject of the research are consortia operating under the brands: “Klunkry”, “Panato Bag” and “Juchowo Farm”. They include social cooperatives, establishments of professional activity, foundations, associations, social integration centrers and non-profit companies. The mutual cooperation of various legal forms of social economy entities, an innovative management mechanism, and manufactured products are an example of social innovations. Based on the data from the National Court Register, the activity profile, employment level, period of operation, founding entities and the financial situation of the analysed units were examined using the dynamics index method. The research results show that working together is beneficial both financially and socially. All the surveyed entities achieved an increase in revenue compared to the previous year. Thanks to the initiatives, socially excluded people found support and employment.
PL
Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie funkcjonowania konsorcjów złożonych z podmiotów ekonomii społecznej o różnych formach prawnych . Przedmiotem badań są konsorcja działające pod marką: „Klunkry”, „Panato Bag” i „Juchowo Farm”. W ich skład wchodzą spółdzielnie socjalne, zakłady aktywności zawodowej, fundacje, stowarzyszenia, centra integracji społecznej oraz spółki z o.o. non profit. Wzajemna współpraca różnych form prawnych podmiotów ekonomii społecznej, innowacyjny mechanizm zarządzania i wytwarzane produkty stanowią przykład innowacji społecznych. Na podstawie danych z KRS zbadano profil działalności, poziom zatrudnienia, okres prowadzenia działalności, podmioty założycielskie oraz sytuację finansową analizowanych jednostek przy wykorzystaniu metody indeksów dynamiki. Wyniki badań wykazały, że wspólne działanie jest korzystne pod względem finansowym i społecznym. Wszystkie badane podmioty uzyskały wzrost przychodów w porównaniu z rokiem ubiegłym. Dzięki powstałym inicjatywom osoby wykluczone społecznie znalazły wsparcie i zatrudnienie.
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