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Award on Research in
Social Innovation

The Stone Soup Award on Research in Social Innovation recognises a research project that identifies strategies and actions linked to social innovation.

Our aim with this award is to encourage students and professionals to work in the field of entrepreneurship and social innovation. Also, to contribute to fostering systemic improvements in innovation, both in theory and practice.

The award will host in 2021 its 4th edition.

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Award winners

STONE SOUP AWARD 2019

This research carried out an investigation with 840 students from 3 schools in Lisbon. It demonstrates the interdependency between stages in personal and social development of students and their school engagement beyond their academic performance.

STONE SOUP AWARD 2015

This research demonstrates that the selection of the performance information that goes into a report isn’t obvious. Depending on what information is selected, a charity can appear effective or ineffective. What matters to charity reporting is a non-obvious decision that can be improved with some codification and guidance.

STONE SOUP AWARD 2012

2012 | Ricardo Zozimo

Ricardo’s research is about how entrepreneurs learn. There is a broad consensus that entrepreneurs learn through experience, his project is about social learning and how entrepreneurs can benefit from paying more attention to what they observe.  

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