New EU Report on Social Enterprises

A new EU level synthesis report Social Enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe has just been published. It collates and interprets the key findings from 35 country reports covering EU Member States and other countries participating in the EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation.

The report brings together a comprehensive picture of different country traditions and key challenges across Europe, highlighting that public support measures need to reflect the different types of social enterprises and their needs.

The research was coordinated by the EURICSE research centre and the EMES network and involved more than 70 individual academics and the institutions they represent.